Rhian Lewis and Magda Loch founded London Women in Bitcoin in 2014 to provide a friendly space for women to meetup to discuss and learn more about cryptocurrencies. Neha Murarka joined in the summer of 2015 and together, we have been trying to grow this community. Since then we have expanded to cover blockchain in general as well.
Women from all sorts of backgrounds are welcome to the meetups. We try to structure the evenings in such a way that attendees can ask about the technology, learn new things about it and participate in some discussions. We welcome men as well but we would appreciate it if they are accompanied by women and/or have a genuine interest in helping the bitcoin/blockchain community grow amongst women.
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All About Bitcoin Forks
Featuring Quynh Tran
What is a fork? How can you claim your forked coins like Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold? What are the risks of claiming forked coins? Get your head around the recent Bitcoin forks. CryptoCompare’s research team has recently published a fork policy to educate and warn investors about potential risks...data cryptocurrency bitcoin
How to Find the Best ICOs At An Early Stage
Featuring Arnie Joahill
DYOR - do your own research - is the buzzword for ICO investment and crypto trading, but what kind of things should you be looking for. From checking whether the website uses https to investigating masternode access and verifying the background of the team, Arnie will provide a checklist to help...ethereum cryptocurrency bitcoin
Smart contracts: can the transport sector reap the benefits?
Featuring Krasina Mileva
Introduction to blockchain technology, its opportunities and its challenges; followed by a talk about how smart contracts work, with a particular focus on the mobility sector.iot cryptocurrency blockchain
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies for retail
Featuring Gabbi Loedolff
With its multitude of uses, blockchain is poised to transform many industries, from healthcare, to insurance, to cosmetics. Gabbi Loedolff looks after the sourcing of raw materials and safe synthetics at Lush, and will be offering an insight into a new facet of her role in Lush’s latest digital...blockchain bitcoin cryptocurrency supplychain
Featuring Fabrizio Marcolini
Why Blockchain and Why Modern and Contemporary Art Market? Fabrizio, in his speech, tried to explain it, introducing the motivations that led to the opening of a blockchain-based investment fund explaining all aspects of transparency, anonymity that is always guaranteed to investors, and the will...
LWB #19: 20 things you always wanted to ask about Bitcoin and blockchain
Featuring Rhian Lewis
Bitcoin has a habit of always being in the news. With the price recently exceeding the price of an ounce of gold, plenty of people are asking how this 'magic internet money' works. But that's not all. Blockchain technology - the protocol that underpins Bitcoin - has a multitude of...
FemTech & Blockchain
Featuring Julio Alejandro
Which kind of Blockchain automation, deregulation, and decentralization processes and products can help women and the feminist movement? Does technology have a role in deconstructing female harassment, objectification, and everyday micro aggressions they suffer in the workforce? Are there ideas...bitcoin blockchain lwib women-in-tech fem-tech
Ethics in Blockchain Tech
Featuring Elias Haase
This talk will focus on the social implications of blockchain technology and how these systems are currently being built. Elias will also sketch out the current makeup of the blockchain community and what the homogeneity of that group means for future impact of the technology. He will also...
Bitcoin for Charity
Featuring Raphaël Mazet and Areti Kampyli
Alice.si is a philanthropy platform that uses smart contracts to give donors total transparency on the impact their money makes. The Alice team will discuss why they chose Ethereum to build their platform, and how smart contracts can be used to give donors the guarantee that they will only pay...bitcoin blockchain ehtereum