On Dec. 4, Bitcoin (BTC) fund operator Grayscale published the results of a study that showed 43% of respondents interested in BTC investments turned out to be women. Today, half of Binance’s employees are female — and in India, women make up the majority of crypto investors.
Does this mean that gender equality has come to the market? Or are cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology still a men’s business? On the eve of International Women’s Day, female representatives of the blockchain industry told Cointelegraph what attracted them to the market and which difficulties they have faced.
Women in Blockchain: Has Gender Distribution Come to the Crypto Market?
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