There is likely to be an entirely new generation of billionaires in the making as blockchain and cryptocurrency technology takes hold in the mainstream, as well as quite a few multi-millionaires amongst the "early adopters" still getting in now.
Unfortunately, many of the same structural problems that plague traditional finance are already emerging in cryptocurrency, where women make up less than 4% of total investors.
Join Gyals Network for an intersectional dialogue on the fundamentals of blockchain and cryptocurrency and learn how it will shape our future. Join this event if you are seeking answers to the following:
Blockchain and cryptocurrency: What is it?
Cryptocurrency: Is it safe? How is it real? How does it have value?
How are institutions investing in blockchain and cryptocurrency?
Confusing press: Blockchain and cryptocurrency in the media
How do I get involved? Is too late to invest?
How to get a career in blockchain/cryptocurrency?
The all-women panel discussion will be led by:
Angeleen Wilson, Data wrangling dApp mom, CEO & Founder of Dignyfy, SchooldApps, Co-Founder of CryptoVeggies & CryptoRitas
Marie-Antoinette Tichler, Founder of C2Legacy
Vivian Smith, Swarm.io
Moderator: Jasmine Gill, Founder Gyals Netrwork
6:30-7:00 - Sign up, Appetizers/Beverages and Networking
7:00-7:45 - Discussion + Q&A
7:45-8:00 - More Networking, Close
Note: While this event is being led by women, all are welcome to attend.
About the Organizers:
Gyals Network is A platform and event series for the emerging female leader who wants to make a positive impact in the world. We empower diverse, emerging leaders through developmental workshops, community volunteering, and networking events. Want to stay up to date on what’s happening with us? Join our newsletter at www.gyalsnetwork.com
Space for this event is provided by Wework.
WeWork is the platform for creators. Wework provides everything you need to make a life, not just a living. Learn more about Wework at www.wework.com
Interested in sponsorship or volunteering for this event?Please contact Jasmine at firstname.lastname@example.org