Women in crypto 2

WhiteBIT
Published 22 November 2021
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Women in crypto 2

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🌺 Blockchain technology allows bypassing traditional biased financial systems. In the crypto ecosystem, women take the reins in investment management or software companies and contribute to the area’s development. Today, we will speak about influential females in crypto.

Galia Benartzi is a serial technology entrepreneur. She is a co-founder of the Bancor Protocol and the CEO of the Founder at Particle Code. Galia has been building software startups since 2005.

Laura Shin is a crypto and blockchain journalist. She became one of the first to cover blockchain-related topics while working as a reporter for Newsweek, a technical writer for the Wall Street Journal, and a producer at The New York Times.

Kathleen Breitman is one of the most influential women in crypto. She’s a co-founder of Tezos, a blockchain-based smart contract platform. Kathleen worked at Accenture, Bridgewater Associates, and The Wall Street Journal.

Kelly Loeffler is an American businesswoman and politician who served as a United States senator for Georgia from 2020 to 2021. She entered crypto when she became the CEO of Bakkt, the first digital asset ecosystem to offer CFTC-approved ‘physical’ Bitcoin futures.

Jinglan Wang is the Co-Founder & CEO of Optimism PB and the Optimistic Virtual Machine – products designed to scale the Ethereum network. She worked as a blockchain product manager at Nasdaq. Jinglan also co-founded the trade financing startup Eximchain.

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