The Use Cases and Applications for Involving Women in Blockchain
While women in the blockchain industry want to focus on the technology, a lack of women is hurting the industry.
Technology on its own doesn't ensure inclusion. People do. There’s nothing intrinsically fair about a blockchain.
At a virtual event Friday called "Crypto & Race," blockchain entrepreneurs explored how racial inequality affects the cryptocurrency sector.
The New York Times' critique of Coinbase’s internal diversity policies quotes former employees who complain of “racist or discriminatory” treatment.
If blockchain is to be part of our financial and governance future, the development process must represent a diverse population, says Alexis Gauba.
"It's about being demand driven instead of supply driven."