"The Hash" hosts take a deep dive into today's top stories moving the crypto markets, including Binance saying it needs to "focus on talent density across its organization," as it responded Wednesday morning to a report of job cuts.
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Wendy O runs the largest and most-watched female-run crypto YouTube program globally, "The O Show," which focuses on bringing tech-heavy information to the masses in a clear and easy-to-understand format. Prior to going full-time crypto at the end of 2018, Wendy worked at the largest infectious disease company in the world. Her role there consisted of working with newly diagnosed and existing patients to coordinate their care. Working with 300+ patients per month gave Wendy the ability to effectively communicate complex information to people from all different cultures and backgrounds which she uses while creating content. Wendy was born and raised in Los Angeles County, California and takes pride in hosting free events for her community and making sure the unrepresented have access to free crypto education. She holds BTC, ETH, GALA along with other cryptocurrencies along with NFTs above CoinDesk's disclosure threshold of $1,000.
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