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Women in Blockchain: Yes, They Exist - Part 2!

You are invited to the second discussion about women in the Blockchain industry, and the role of women in the future of the technology. The aim is to showcase what DC area women are doing in Blockchain, and to encourage more women to join the revolution, being creative together! This panel will respond to some of the headlines below, all published in 2018.

"Why We Need More Women In Blockchain?", "Bitcoin needs women?”, “About the Crypto Industry–Where are the Women?”, "Women in Tech: Is Blockchain Setting a New Standard?”, "If You Haven't Heard Of 'Women in Blockchain' It's Time You Did”, “Bitcoin Began With Men. But Women May Be Cryptocurrency Future”, "Blockchain Is a Male-Dominated Industry. Here’s How We Ensured 48% of Our Speakers Are Women", "Women in Blockchain – let’s get going!"


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Philadelphia Decentralization Conference

Welcome to the new era of blockchain and decentralized networking opportunities. Our hope is to educate, grow and participate in this CryptoCraze and Disruptive Web of Technology as a community. It may be hard to grasp but let’s see what others are thinking and better yet what others are doing to help grow the industry and marketplace.

The conference kicks off on August 21st, 2018, and intends to address, the WHAT, WHO, HOW and WHY - learn the core essentials and gather answers through an informed group on WHAT the current market is, WHO are we in this market, HOW cryptocurrency and Disrupt Technology will shape our future and WHY it even matters.

Welcome to Part - 2 - Sept. 18th - Education on the Blockchain explore educational pathways and development on the blockchain - How to get started and what pathways can you take - developers speak!


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  Level Up Town Hall: Let’s Talk About Change
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Level Up Town Hall: Let’s Talk About Change

 To enact change in the tech industry for people of color, we want to make moves that will have real impact. What better way than to ask people what they want and need to see?

We’ll have an intimate gathering moderated by Code2040’s VP of Programs, Karla Monterroso, with input from special contributors, but the entire event will be a forum open to the input and questions from anyone in the group.

Discussion during this town hall will be centered around how we can improve three areas:

(1) Access to jobs in tech / ensured success for those in tech jobs;

(2) Access to resources for entrepreneurs of color building startups today;

(3) The support network which connects people of color in tech to each other.

The audience is open to all races and genders, and all are welcome to provide input, though there will be emphasis on the needs of the Black and Latinx community.

Moderator: Karla Monterroso


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