Former student SvJT wins the Dutch James Dyson Award

Student Felix Mollinga has won the Dutch national competition of the James Dyson Award with his design for an offline cryptocoin and has now a chance to be shortlisted for the international competition of the top 20 international projects.

After the School for Young talent, Felix Mollinga enrolled at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. 

The Acoin is an alternative bitcoin that stores cash electronically and displays the amount stored. Acoin anonymizes electronical payments, by existing as an offline node in our online interconnected world.

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