Jins Kaduthodil, our CTO, was honoured at the Third Australian Fintech Awards.
Incent was born out of a desire to bring the benefits of crypto to mainstream consumers. Everything we’ve done is aimed at putting crypto into the hands of everyday Australians. So it’s gratifying that Jins, Incent’s CTO and co-founder, has been recognised for precisely this at the Third Australian Fintech Awards!
‘@jins just won the award of Australia's best Fintech CTO for making blockchain tech accessible and relevant to mainstream commerce and consumers. Well done mate. You're helping me make this happen. Beyond that you are a great person, fantastic partner and staunch friend. I salute you.’
The Awards were made at the Sydney offices of Ashurst, one of the city’s largest law firms, on Wednesday 1 August. The firm hosted and sponsored the awards, which celebrated the achievements and successes of the people and businesses in the Australian fintech sector. The keynote speaker at the awards was The Hon. Scott Morrison MP, Treasurer, Federal Member of Cook.
Tim Brookes, partner at Ashurst and head of the digital economy practice group, commented: ‘The global financial sector is in a time of profound change fuelled by technological advances, and it was a pleasure to host Australia’s leading talent in the sector, many of whom are clients of the firm, to celebrate their success.’
As we launch into the market, it’s fantastic to have this kind of national recognition. Congratulations Jins!