The world of cryptocurrency has primarily been a male-dominated field, so being a female in crypto trading wasn’t easy. However, many influential women have taken a step in this field and made their mark on a global scale. Today we will look at the 10 top influential women in crypto with the following crypto influencers and females in blockchain:
Galia Benartzi is a tech entrepreneur who has cofounded Bancor. Bancor Protocol is now standard for a new gen of cryptocurrencies called Smart Tokens. It is a well-known cryptocurrency conversion company that has been doing extremely well under her guidance since 2017. She has played a major role in the success of this multimillion-dollar company and has been listed in Forbes List of Europe’s Top 50 Women in Tech.
Laura Shin has a great backing when it comes to blockchain and cryptocurrency. She was the Senior Editor at Forbes, managing their coverage of crypto assets, Bitcoin, blockchain technology, etc., including writing one of their cover stories on the same lines. She is now a Crypto Journalist and one of the well-known crypto influencers in her own right.
Preethi Kasireddy is the Founder and CEO of TruStory. Before founding this company, she was a banking analyst with Goldman Sachs and grew from there and learned everything related to blockchain. TruStory now is breaking all sorts of barriers and growing as a space where people can research and validate things people claim online. They use this platform around the world with the use of regulators to crackdown on cryptocurrency fraud.
Kathleen Breitman is the co-founder and CEO of Tezos. Tezos addresses major barriers faced when buying blockchains and has reach in countries around the world. Together with her husband, she has spearheaded the cause in making a name for herself in the blockchain market.
One of the well-known females in Blockchain is Elizabeth Stark, who is the co-founder and CEO of Lightning Labs, which scales blockchain system and handles Bitcoin transactions. Under her leadership, Lightning Labs has recently raised a $10 million funding.
Meltem Demirors is the Chief Strategy Officer at CoinShares. She helps investors and traders to navigate digital assets. She manages portfolios for a hundred and twenty plus companies.
Marie Wieck, an engineer by profession, who manages various divisions at IBM, is now the General Manager Blockchain for the IBM Industry Platform. She played a major role in the HyperLedger project that Walmart now uses to control its logistics of food.
Tiffany Hayden is a well-known woman in crypto. She is the co-Founder of Casheer, a mobile payment app for digital currencies for both merchants, as well as consumers. She is an active member of Bitcoin GNO – an online community for women involved in Bitcoin.
Pamela Morgan is the Founder and CEO of Third Key Solutions, which offers consulting and management solutions to companies using digital currencies. With her knowledge as an attorney at Empowered Law, she has an edge over many other females in crypto.
Alexia Bonatsos is a venture capitalist and General Partner at Dream Machine. She was the former co-editor of TechCrunch: a news website for technology and has been listed in Forbes among the top 30 under 30 in Media. Dream Machine is a seed fund org interested in many investments for the future, including blockchain.
It is a highly demanding role being a woman in crypto but some women have taken it in their stride. With many more role models in the making, we are bound to see more women taking lead roles in this field.