$NAOS Logo Competition — Winners announced

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3 min readMay 10, 2021

$NAOS Logo Competition — Winners announced

We want to thank you for all the logo contributions. We were humbled to receive a huge sum of applications and were awed by the creativity of our community members. We asked you to deliver and we couldn’t be happier with the results.

The Finalists were selected by NAOS Team and NAOS ambassadors, based on the aesthetics, usability of our various social media and wallet icons and how well they reflected the values of NAOS Finance. While we have seen some super creative and impressive works, we prioritize the simple designs.

Here are the top 5 entries and the winner of the NAOS logo competition!

Logo 1: Designed by Labrada Chang

Logo 2: Designed by Phạm Thảo Anh.

Logo 3: Designed by Bradford Pretorius

Shout out to Bradford for submitting more than one astonishing design. Listed below is the second submission of Bradford, it’s a shame that we can only select one submission per person to ensure fairness within the competition.

Logo 4: Designed by Dwayne Baker

And Finally, the winner and the final selection for the NAOS for NAOS Logo Competition — Neo.

Next steps:

Winners, please keep an eye on your email inbox and you’ll be contacted by our team right now to receive your prizes.

About NAOS Finance

NAOS Finance is a DeFi lending protocol allowing lenders and SME borrowers to facilitate permissionless and borderless loaning/borrowing transactions on the blockchain. Built on Ethereum, our platform lets users tokenize real-world assets and subsequent lending.

We operate compliantly and legally in top markets around the globe, maintaining safety as a top priority and fostering enhanced trust in the lending/borrowing process.

To remain informed on everything about our project, be sure to visit our website and join the family by following our social media platforms:

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