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Earlier this month, CoinTelegraph readers voted to choose the people, places and companies who deserved the most recognition for their achievements in our 2014 Bitcoin Industry Awards. After the votes were counted, I reached out for comments and gathered facts about the year’s highest achievers.
The music industry, along with print journalism, is one of the most obvious examples of the Internet completely flipping something on its head.
Santander Group, the largest bank in the Eurozone by market value, commissioned 'insight network' and consultancy firm Yegii to conduct a study to "analyze the impact of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on banks and devise a strategic course of action".
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) announces new digital currency features, including the so-called "World of Bitcoin" exhibit showcase, at industry's major event, Transact 15.
Jon Matonis and Roger Ver on the solutions Bitcoin offers to the gaming industry, Bitreserve’s Halsey Minor announces new customer, and ‘decentralized gaming’ with Credits.
The digital currency wedding industry is taking off with iDIAMONDS offering diamond rings for Bitcoin. Following the first blockchain wedding at Coins in the Kingdom in late 2014, the wedding industry is taking note, as everything from rings to wedding dresses becomes savvy to the spending power of Bitcoin.
We have counted the votes and you, our readers, have spoken. The winners of CoinTelegraph’s 2014 Bitcoin Industry Awards are:
We at CoinTelegraph would like to invite you, our readers, to participate with us in choosing the winners of our 2014 Bitcoin Industry Awards.
Leon Li is the CEO and founder of Huobi (“Fire Currency” in Mandarin), one of the largest Bitcoin exchanges in the world.
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