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The International Womens’ Day Event Held to Promote Crypto Awareness among Women

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The International Womens’ Day Event Held to Promote Crypto Awareness among Women
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Exactly a month ago, a growing community of ladies in the blockchain space, Crypto Ladies League, had its first public event to commemorate International Women’s Day with over 710+ registered participants from all over the globe. 

The 3-Day event themed “Women in the Emerging Blockchain Industry”, was dedicated to creating blockchain awareness, promoting digital education and advocating the participation and presence of even more women in the crypto ecosystem.

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Some of the Industry-leading female speakers who graced the occasion include:

  • Olga Yaroshevsky – Head of Content Strategy, NexChange Group.
  • Teresa Chan – Vere NFT and Aventus Marketing Manager
  • Roselyn Wanjiru- Lead On-Chain Analyst.
  • Yvonne Kagondu- Blockchain Business Consultant at Ngeni.io.
  • Faith Braide – Community Manager at Veracity.
  • Timileyin Soyemi – Comms/PR Manager, Bundle.
  • Modupe Ativie – African Lead GBWA .
  • Chidubem Emelumadu – PR & Comms, Binance. 
  • Yaliwe Soko – Chairwoman UABA 
  • Lavina Ramkissoon – Director, Fintech Association South Africa

And Others.

The Event, hosted by Prudence Chioma – Media Manager, Crypto Bootcamp Community, Odinakachukwu Igwe – Customer Support, Truzact and Faith Aimoi, Communications Strategist, BitcoinKE, among others, recorded an impressive number of guests, with over 200 present, as women across Africa joined the crypto Ladies League on its mission to facilitate mainstream adoption of blockchain technology, and advocate the global participation of even more women in Tech.

About Us

Crypto Ladies League represents an association of women in the blockchain industry seeking to create an ecosystem that connects women within and beyond the borders of Africa in the tech space, promotes the awareness of crypto, and also fosters mainstream adoption of blockchain technology and its numerous use cases. 

Women from all around the world can interact and build a sustainable network that explores the potential of blockchain and decentralized finance.

The League was established in March 2021, by Mr Obinna Iwuno, founder of Africa’s leading blockchain community– Crypto Bootcamp, and an expert with dexterity in the crypto & blockchain field who is oriented towards facilitating digital education that appeals to all strata of society.

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