Bridging the Bitcoin gender gap: Crypto lets everyone access wealth

Bridging the Bitcoin gender gap: Crypto lets everyone access wealth

Bitcoin allows minorities to circumvent institutional banking processes that have long carried out discriminatory practices. There’s a rumbling in the crypto world. Long perceived — not unjustly — as a boys’ club, 2020 has seen more women entering Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies than ever before. If the trend continues, we’ll see a welcome influx of women in the space.A recent survey by Gemini reports that women’s investment in cryptocurrency has surged 20% over the past year among a nationally representative sampling of United Kingdom investors. Among those planning to invest in....


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