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Is Sexism Holding Cryptocurrency back?

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Is Sexism Holding Cryptocurrency back?

The crypto community, since its inception, is made up of significantly more men than women. Some, like feminist Jeannie Hill, believe the crypto space is plagued with a chauvinist virus that results in a hostile environment for women. However, many women are embracing crypto and finding their own path to success in the space. Sexism in the Cryptocurrency Community For…

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Women and the Future of Cryptocurrency: A Case Study in Everyday Digital Asset Payments

Category: Adoption, Altcoins, Bitcoin, News

Women and the Future of Cryptocurrency: A Case Study in Everyday Digital Asset Payments

Recently, significant attention has been given to the limited number of women involved in the crypto space. This limited number applies not only to investors and coin holders but also to innovators and developers in the area. As women comprise about half of the population, their shortage in the cryptosphere hints at what could be a significant factor in crypto’s…

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Indian Women Invest More in Cryptocurrencies Than Men

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Business, News, Regulation, Tech

Indian Women Invest More in Cryptocurrencies Than Men

According to a survey conducted by Indian cryptocurrency exchange BuyUCoin, Indian female cryptocurrency investors on average, are investing twice as much as their male counterparts. Women Leading the Pack Although the cryptocurrency industry is heavily dominated by men, the BuyUCoin survey found that Indian women typically invest over $2,000 on cryptocurrencies, twice what men usually invest. The survey was conducted…

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Women Considering Cryptocurrency Investments Have Doubled Since the Beginning of 2018

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Commentary, News

Women Considering Cryptocurrency Investments Have Doubled Since the Beginning of 2018

Research shows the first six months of 2018 experienced an increase in women considering cryptocurrency investments, from 6 percent to 13 percent. Females are Financially Informed While demand and interest in cryptocurrencies have fallen over the year, cryptocurrencies have gained more popularity with women. Approximately 20 percent of female millennials are now keen to invest in cryptocurrencies. There was however…

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