The recent fluctuations in the crypto market have created interest not only in the audience but also non-crypto people, from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Square company buying 4,709 bitcoin for $50 million to the richest man in the world, Elon Musk adding Bitcoin to his Twitter biography. Elon Musk’s fascination with cryptocurrencies like ‘Dogecoin’ has garnered special interest from people from widely different backgrounds.
Even though there is scepticism among the general public about the value of cryptocurrencies, it is supported by various businessmen around the world. There is a lack of understanding and knowledge for this doubt and confusion. This event will get you closer to the crypto-blockchain industry, whether you are a student or at the initial stages of working in this area.
Crypto and Blockchain are an environment where there is a massive vacuum to be filled by women, just like every other sector. Currently, we see that the number of women participating in this industry is smaller than that of men. Comparably, women have to contribute a lot more to build a sustainable ecosystem. The largest crypto and blockchain activities are named “Women of the Future” to recognize women heading the crypto space on 8 March 2021, to dispel all such myths, and to ensure that enough women are active in this new technology.
The activity will give us a great insight into what is the crypto world and why it has been created? It will award and credential the panellists and the speakers.
Those who are going to hold this conference predict over 2000 viewers from both Crypto and non-crypto domains. Besides, Bit2Buzz focuses on today’s youth, including students from colleges across India. Over 1000 colleges from 10 major cities across India are being tapped.
Here are topics for the panel: Crypto Prenuers and Brand Designers Women, Journalism Women and Decision Making, Men Empowering Blockchain Creation Women. It is said that “we invest in people who invest in everyone else when we invest in women and girls,” why not have more of them in this room. The speakers of names, moderators, panelists, and media partners are soon to be shared.