There is an issue with cryptocurrency. There are a lot of men there who need to solve this problem, right? While the percentage of female investors slightly increased at the beginning of 2021, according to Insider, there is a 43 per cent increase in females in 2021 in cryptocurrency.
The KuCoin survey for Turkey in 2021 highlights how women in Turkey get involved in crypto. More specifically, women are almost as well-represented as men in the trading and investing segment. Female accounts represent 47% of investors and 63% of the crypto-curious.
There is no doubt that females are excelling in this field, and why should they not? Our beauty with brains has always achieved success in all fields.
Let us show our appreciation and learn about some amazing women who manage these fields! Here are our top five women in cryptocurrency.
1. Leah Wald
Leah Wald is a businesswoman with a vast array of experience both within and outside the crypto world. Valkyrie, the Bitcoin Investment Management Group, is led by Leah Wald. She was the one who made headlines in the cryptocurrency world. She previously worked as a consultant for the World Bank’s African division. When she was in her late teens, she did this. Valkyrie received nearly $10 million in Series A funding from several investors as a result of her leadership abilities.
2. Layne Lafrance
Dapper Labs’ Layne is a product manager. She is also one of the co-founders of CryptoKitties. She is currently working on creating decentralized infrastructure for the Dapper team to launch the best digital experiences possible. This platform created Flowverse to explore the Metaverse using the Flow blockchain in 2021. Lafrance and her team will almost certainly expand into this sector, as well as many new upcoming projects.
3. Emilie Choi
Emilie Choi is a well-known American entrepreneur who currently serves as Coinbase‘s Vice President of Business Development. Choi is well-known for her efforts in bringing on board Coinbase’s top executives. Choi, who is also an angel investor, chose to participate in many fundings for financial institutions.
4. Caitlin Long
Caitlin Long is the founder and CEO of Custodia Bank formerly Avanti Financial Group. She is an expert in both blockchain and Bitcoin. The best part is that she is a role model for many people in the blockchain industry. Long remains and sees success in the future of cryptocurrency.
5. Cathie Wood
Cathie Wood is the CEO and Founder of Ark Invest. Bloomberg’s editor named her the “top stock picker of the year.” Cathie Wood has always made achievements and provided support to the crypto sector when discussing the blockchain industry. In a most recent update, Cathie Wood’s ARK Investment Management sold 1,85,900 shares of Twitter on Monday, extending her selling spree of the social media giant’s stock.
Finally, we’d like to point out that every gender is doing great in cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is trying to be successful in every aspect and we can’t give all of the credit to one gender. Everyone is putting forth their best efforts in cryptocurrency and will continue to do so if it helps people solve problems.