Cryptocurrency is for everyone! Black or white, young or old, white collar or unbanked… blockchain paves the future leveling the world’s finance playing field and giving equal opportunities for everyone!

In response to the post-COVID-19 quarantine riots, the world is facing now, the author of “Bitcoin and Black America” Isaiah Jackson said Bitcoin can be an effective protest against financial institutions. Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the world is calling for diversity and inclusion. Along with Bitcoin, decentralization in finance is the example of building the equal future for everyone, and this is why.

Moving money around the world should be as easy and cheap as sending a message. No matter where you live, what you do, or how much you earn.


Blockchain services challenge traditional forms of governance because it’s decentralized and its users are typically anonymous. Anonymous actors are micro components of the growing ecosystem. To date, the crypto sphere has been relatively left untouched by the authorities of the “real-world”, with the dawning regulations and questions about how crypto’s services should be managed. Techno-libertarians envision utopian self-regulation, with codified rules that evolve with the technology. Anyone who denies these programmatic rules essentially forfeits their right to participate in this space. Crypto-anarchists envision a free-rule zone for blockchain businesses and unconstrained virtual currency commerce. 

Today we have reached a unique point where the traditional power brokers who normally put the brakes on disruptive technologies have been sidelined in favor of a newly defined crypto power. Neither governments nor banks control the crypto sphere, but they maintain partial control of cyberspace and the real world. Everybody’s welcomed to the decentralized world. 

Crypto for the People, by the People

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Universities now provide numerous blockchain-based courses and resources. From the basics of business to engineering, each university provides its own unique approach to cryptocurrency. With thousands of career opportunities in blockchain technology, students are getting prepared. IBM, Visa, Intel, and many other large companies are all hiring blockchain software engineers. And this is only the beginning. Blockchain is gaining more trust, popularity, and attention every day.

According to the Pew Research Center, only 19% of millennials agreed with the statement “generally speaking, most people can be trusted”. The reasons for millennial’s unique lack of trust can and have been endlessly analyzed and debated. The economic recession and corporate media heavily contributed to building the generation of skepticism. Corrupt politicians and special interest-driven policies, a ruthless job market, an inescapable, anxiety-inducing social media. Each played its part. 

Digital trust can be improved with the blockchain, as decentralized public digital ledgers link people together in networks designed to facilitate near-instant, automated, and incorruptible transactions and data verifications. The implications of such technology not only in finance but on virtually every aspect of human relations have not gone unnoticed. Young people discovered the technology that makes it unnecessary to have banks, politicians, and intermediaries, admitted the European Parliament member Eva Kaili.

To Succeed, Crypto Needs Women


In the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, gender and ethnic diversity are hard to come by. Men dominate “About us” pages of crypto projects across the globe. The importance of having women involved is vigorously discussed nowadays, as the involvement of women at several levels is essential to capturing the female market, which brings the crypto adoption one step closer to reality. 

However, a report released by CoinMarketCap on April 30, 2020, states that female integration in tech is happening right before our eyes. According to analysts, the number of women in the cryptocurrency industry increased by 43.24% in the first quarter of 2020.

In the world of cryptocurrencies, there have been more women not only trading digital money but also entering roles traditionally dominated by men, including analysts, developers and company leads. At the same time, statistics show that blockchain companies founded by women can successfully compete with those run by men.

The Number of Women in Crypto and Blockchain Is Skyrocketing in 2020


As global financial conditions tightened, many people began to invest in real estate, gold, and cryptocurrencies. Assuming that females tend to be more pessimistic than males about the global economy, their confidence in cryptocurrency could significantly increase in 2020. As such, many women found a safe haven in digital assets. 

The slow but steady adoption of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies could also contribute to an increasing number of women wishing to include this innovation in their everyday lives. Today female users spend cryptocurrency in the same way as they would spend their fiat money. 

The Power of Blockchain in Pursuit of Equal Rights

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The LGBT Foundation, a Hong Kong-based non-profit aimed at supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals globally, announced that it would launch its own digital token on the blockchain back in 2017. The goal, explained by the organization’s president Christof Wittig, is to generate capital to support LGBT individuals suffering from persecution around the world. Meanwhile, more and more LGBT-run businesses worldwide have already agreed to accept the “pink dollar” as payment for goods and services, all agreeing that crypto creates a perfect equal rights ecosystem.

Everyone’s willing to take a chance on a blockchain. Everyone wants a future to believe in, a future defined not by shady global politics, all-powerful central banks, and corporate dominance, but by the renewed community spirit, social trust and technological liberation decentralized blockchains could bring.