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Wirex launches ‘Women in Crypto’ Takeover

Wirex, in partnership with The Fintech Times, has announced it has entered the final stretch of its “Women in Crypto” campaign. Until 8 November, the women at Wirex will be taking over all of its channels, including social media, emails and the website, to share content and exciting insights from the team as well as from female influencers in the crypto and fintech fields.

The ‘Women in Crypto’ campaign was created to celebrate the achievements of women in the fintech and crypto sector, to show that anyone can be involved and succeed in the sector regardless of their gender. These industries are often male-dominated, and the campaign looks to spotlight some of the talented women within the sector while encouraging new talent.

In August, Wirex launched it’s first ‘Rising Women in Crypto Power List’, that closed last month after receiving over 350 entries. With a diverse pool of women nominated, the judging panel spent hours reading nominations and deliberating to narrow down the final 10, with the shortlist being announced on Monday 2 November 2020.

The campaign has received high volumes of support from women across the industry, praising Wirex for advocating women in fintech and crypto. With the takeover, they have worked alongside these women to pull together exclusive written and video content. These industry experts will be sharing their experiences and thoughts about fintech and crypto, as well as their tips and hints for succeeding in the sector.

The takeover will include content from:

  • Ashley Koh, COO at Spark Systems, about what she’s learnt as a woman in fintech
  • George Coxon, COO at the Nano Foundation, with three things you didn’t know about Nano
  • Erica Stanford, Founder of the Crypto Curry Club, on her top tips for surviving networking events

To see their content or for more information visit the Women in Crypto Hub, as well as their social media channels.

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