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Zimbabwean women farmers will be given Bitcoins which they can redeem for goods at selected suppliers.
Women in Bitcoin are taking a stand and making themselves known in what is still a male-dominated field.
Bitcoin usage among women is still uncommon in the Bitcoin community.
CoinTelegraph would like to congratulate all the women in the Bitcoin community during International Women’s Day!
CoinTelegraph spoke to Elizabeth Ploshay about the Bitcoin companies and related projects she's involved with as well as crypto’s potential to bring in the worl...
Code to Inspire just launched an Indiegogo campaign for the first coding center in Afghanistan of women, for women, by women, with the goal of prepping Afghan g...
Michaela Juric is an Australian female Bitcoin enthusiast who most people know better as the “Bitcoin Babe.” She uses her beauty through photography to spread a...
After a life-long fascination with how computing power can be used to solve problems, Alan Yong, founder of DNotes, wanted to add a human element to cryptocurre...
March 8 is synonymous around the world as International Women’s Day, and as of 2015 cryptocurrency now has its own version, Bitcoin Women’s Day, with sponsorshi...
Just about everyone in the Bitcoin community agrees that there aren't enough women in cryptocurrencies. The developers of the Gems app are betting that “female ...
On Monday Aug 4, 2014 the audience at the NYC Bitcoin Center were in awe of a very powerful presentation by the Women’s Annex Foundation.
There is one main feature that distinguishes Bitcoin meetups from other technological or IT gatherings – the absence of women.
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