One new study released by CoinMarketCap shows that there is an increasing growth in the number of women in crypto. It appears that female crypto users in Europe and the Americas are growing, and the report shows a staggering 43.24% growth among the female users in Q1 of 2020.
The study also showed that this is compared to a mere 15.5% increase seen in Q4 2019. Additionally, the cryptocurrency news show that women in crypto were very active. The number of women aged 18-24 rose by 65%, with the continents of the Americas and Europe experiencing a lot more than 50% growth. The research highlighted an average of more than 80% in growth within some countries in the Latin America, Europe and Asia regions.
Women in crypto is a growing trend as this study shows, and Argentina is the leading country in Latin America. They experienced a growth of over 98.23% which was followed by Colombia with 82.03% as well as Venezuela with a 80.23% increase.
Greece is one of the European countries which stands out with the fastest growth and more women in crypto. The reports in the altcoin news show that there are now 163.67% more women in the crypto industry in Greece, followed by Romania with 125.09%, Portugal at 89.95%, Ukraine with 86.68%, and the Czech Republic at 85.6%.
In Asia, the growth of women in crypto is over 88.92%. What is amazing is the fact that Europe appears to be leading the growth rate among female users, showing a massive 58.55% increase in Q1 of 2020, followed by the Americas with 50.59%.
As females are more active in the crypto world, let’s take a look at some of the most influential women in crypto:
- Tina Bhatnagar – Vice president at Coinbase.
- Elizabeth Stark – Co-founder at Lightning Labs.
- Meltem Demirors – Chief strategy officer at Coinshares.
- Kathleen Breitman – Co-founder at Tezos.
- Carolyn Reckhow – Former head of operations at Casa.
- Alena Vranova – Head of Strategy at Casa.
- Blythe Masters – Former CEO at Digital Asset Holdings.
- Ani Itireleng – Founder at Satoshi Centre.
- Joyce Kim – Managing Partner at SparkChain Capital.
- Jinglan Wang – Executive Director at the Blockchain Educational Network.
All of this shows that the rise of women in crypto is serious and female leaders are very successful in this industry. Let’s just hope that the trend will continue and amass even more female professionals.
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