9 Leading Women in Blockchain to Follow on Twitter

9 Leading Women in Blockchain to Follow on Twitter

Women In Blockchain
July 18, 2018 Editor's Desk
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We know that Blockchain Technology is emerging successfully in various sectors. Thanks to all the innovation and development done by various authors, entrepreneurs, developers, and enthusiasts. In this article, we will talk about some notable women who have carved a niche for themselves and are an inspiration for other women. Here are some  Twitter accounts
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We know that Blockchain Technology is emerging successfully in various sectors. Thanks to all the innovation and development done by various authors, entrepreneurs, developers, and enthusiasts. In this article, we will talk about some notable women who have carved a niche for themselves and are an inspiration for other women. Here are some  Twitter accounts which you need to follow for the latest updates posted by these women in this upcoming technology domain:

1. Elizabeth Stark, “An Innovator and Architect”

(https://twitter.com/starkness)

Ms. Stark a graduate of Harvard Business School and co-founder of Lightning Labs, has left no stone unturned in her zest of building tools to layer new capabilities and transaction channels on the top of the basic Blockchain Technology. She proposed and began building a method of adding functions which can enhance the types of transactions and a variety of customers and is a great admirer of the ‘Internet’.

2. Amber Baldet, “The Blockchain banker”

(https://twitter.com/AmberBaldet)

Ms. Baldet, a high-flying Blockchain Executive at J. P. Morgan who led the project to create the Blockchain version of Ethereum that could be used in banks. She had made tremendous efforts to make maximum use of  Blockchain Technology for the banking sector.

3. Laura Shin, “Writer and Influencer”

(https://twitter.com/laurashin)

She is a Crypto/Blockchain Journalist and currently the host of Unchainedpodcast.co  and unconfirmedpodcast.co . She is the author of the Forbes eBook, The Millennial Game Plan: Career and Money Secrets To Succeed In Today’s World.

4. Women in Blockchain, “Powerful Worldwide Organization” (Though this is not an individual personality but a group of women)

(https://twitter.com/wblockchain)

This group has been covering various Blockchain conferences and hosting meetups all around the world. They post incredible new stories and pictures of upcoming trends in the Blockchain community.  

5. Rachel Wolfson. “Technology Journalist”

(https://twitter.com/Rachelwolf00)

Rachel Wolfson, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain journalist who writes for Bitcoin Magazine and is a contributor at Forbes. Also, she is a host at the badcrypto podcast where she expresses her views on this technology and its use cases. She also has worldwide experience in writing about technology and is motivating many women enthusiast all along her journey

6. Preethi Kasireddy, “The Blockchain Engineer”

(https://twitter.com/iam_preethi)

Preethi Kasireddy is the founder and CEO of isTruStory. She is a Blockchain engineer and has completed her studies in Systems Engineering at the University of Southern California. By her ability to understand things at a fundamental level makes her clear about what she wants to express. And yes her profile says that: “I live and breathe Crypto”.

7. Meltem Demirors, “The Protocol Developer”

(https://twitter.com/Melt_Dem)

Meltem Demirors, who is the founding member at DCC and works to develop blockchain protocols. She is busy building the CoinShares where their ETP’s (Exchange Traded Products) offer smart exposure to Crypto assets via a normal brokerage account. Follow her for recent opinions on current trends in Blockchain Technology.

8. Pamela Morgan, “The all-rounder”

(https://twitter.com/pamelawjd)

Pamela Morgan, an educator, entrepreneur, author, an attorney. She recently released her new book– Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning: A Simple Guide For Owners. She focussed on cryptocurrency in law and has been advising clients about Bitcoin and other digital cryptocurrencies since 2014. She often tweets funny stories about the tech world and has talked on Bitcoin, Blockchain and Smart Contracts.

9. Hillary Carter, “The Blockchain Researcher”

(https://twitter.com/TweetFromHilary)

She is the director of research at The Blockchain Research Institute launched in 2017 which helps organizations navigate through the new technology.

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