NFT OF THE YEAR
Best Pixel Art
In 2022 two L2 NFT marketplaces launched: LoopExchange and GameStop. The scene has matured a lot ever since, with creators bringing more creativity, innovation and utility to the space than ever.
Time to celebrate!
After months of preparations we're proud to introduce L2 NFT Awards. We hope this event brings the whole community together by putting a well deserved spotlight on creators, raising money for a good cause and hosting a truly memorable event! And that next year's edition will be even better!
And the winners are…
A live-streamed awards ceremony will take place (date TBA!). Our presenters will reveal the winners while L2 music performers will make sure everyone has a great time. All that followed up by charity auctions and an after-party filled with fun & games. See you there!
Winners will be announced and presented with the awards during a live streamed ceremony – complete with music performed by L2 creators, a charity auction and an after-party packed with fun & games.
Presenters & performers
Submissions are now closed. Voting will start soon.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any NFT project that was minted and published in 2021/22 on Loopring Layer 2 is eligible for submission.
Creators need to submit this simple token-gated form in order to enter the event. To unlock it, an entrance NFT token is needed. You can obtain 1 for free on our Discord (L2 Awards → #main-hall) or Twitter (DM us!), or grab additional charity entrance tokens (if you're entering more than 1 category.
1 token = 1 submission. Creators can submit 1 project per category.
Yes. Acting on someone's behalf is allowed. Maybe they can't or perhaps you really feel they should be included - as long as you can provide all the necessary details.
Token-gating allows for a few cool things:
- It prevents spam and adds another layer of security overall,
- It allows us to grant special Discord roles and #backstage access for entrants (we can distinguish holders from non-holders),
- It allows us to donate 100% of the proceeds to charity (this year we've partnered with Jay Academy - a non-profit organization supporting underfunded African-American communities).
Each piece submitted for consideration will be judged with 9 votes. One of those votes will be a people’s choice vote (via polls on this website - to be made available later).
Judging criteria include:
- Creativity, uniqueness and originality
- Quality of design