In honor of Women’s History Month, our team at Crypto Current has compiled a list of who we believe are the top female leaders in digital assets for 2022. These women are the driving forces behind the next wave of top projects… Here’s who made our list of the Top Women in Digital Assets!
Pamela Morgan is the Founder of Third Key Solutions and the Founder and CEO of Empowered Law. Additionally, she is an attorney at law, author, workshop instructor, and speaker.
In early 2014, she bought her law background to Bitcoin and open Blockchains. Much of her work today is at Empowered Law, where she trains lawyers on how to use Bitcoin and open blockchains to reduce risk in business and legal settings.
Keep up to date with what Pamela is doing by following her on Twitter here.
Alesia Haas is the Chief Finacial Officer at Coinbase. She brings her experience in managing financial institutions that are highly complex and regulated to Coinbase. Her goal is to diversify Coinbase’s revenue from transactions. Additionally, she serves on the board for Vimeo and ANGI home services.
Check out what she is up to by visiting her Linkedin here.
Lyn Alden serves as the Independent Director on Swan Bitcoin’s Board of Directors. Its mission is to walk people through their journey into Bitcoin!
According to their website, they have automated savings plans and instant purchases to build Bitcoin stacks. Their website states “protect your wealth- dollars have lost 90% of their purchasing power since 1950 as politicians printed more. BTCs fixed supply makes it the best way to save your money for the long term.”
You can stay up to date with everything Lyn is doing by following her on Twitter.
Amber Baldet is the co-founder and CEO of Clovyer. According to her website, she is the leading voice on the practical application of DeFi technology. Her goal is to build a bridge between Wall Street and crypto-assets. Lastly, she serves on the World Economic Forum’s Blockchain Council and sits on the Zcash Foundation Board.
See what Amber is up to by checking out her Twitter here.
Bette Chen is the co-founder of Acala Network. According to their site, aUSD is “a decentralized, multi-collateralized stablecoin backed by cross-chain assets. Stable by design with value relative to the US Dollar”. Acala is the DeFi network powering the aUSD ecosystem.
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Raina Casbon Kelts
Raina Casbon Kelts is the CXO of Gilded. Gilded’s goal is to run businesses on blockchain by accepting payments, paying team members, and so much more. They make it possible to “take your bank bankless” in addition to syncing wallets and exchanges, reconciling transactions, and syncing to QuickBooks.
See what Raina is up to by visiting her Twitter here.
Galia Benartzi is the co-founder of Bancor. According to their site, Bancor is the first DeFi trading protocol, empowering people to participate in an open financial marketplace by not requiring a barrier of entry.
Check out what Galia is current up to by visiting her Twitter here.
Alena Vranova is the founder of Satoshi Labs and worked with them from April 2013 to January 2017. You may know Satoshi Labs is the investors of Trezor, the original crypto hard wallet. Recently, she has written a book titled “Little Bitcoin Book” that covers why Bitcoin matters!
To see out what she is currently up to, check out her Linkedin here.
Rachel Mayer has a passion for crypto and building financial products. She is the VP of Product at Circle. Its site states its mission is to “raise global economic prosperity through the frictionless exchange of financial value.” Circle helps businesses accept and send payments and conduct their business in a global and scalable way with blockchain.
See what she is up to by visiting her Linkedin here.
Amber Ghaddar is the founder of AllianceBlock, a company that brings DeFi and TradFi together. The goal of this company is to have increased capital flow intersected with technological innovation. Before working at AllicaneBlock, she was a fixed-income trader at JP Morgan in London.
To see what she is currently up to, check out her Linkedin here.
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