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Sa Wang has co-founded several successful companies in the tech and blockchain space, first at popular Chinese self-service kiosk startup Dora, and now at top 50 crypto project and blockchain protocol IOST.
We hear a lot about women (or the lack thereof) in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space.
Don’t become a tool or sacrifice your integrity to get ahead.
Surround yourself with both male and female advocates who trust you, are familiar with your work, and will empower you to achieve your goals. Many of the (predominantly male) crypto millionaires around you actually know very little beyond the ins and outs of crypto trading, so aspire to outshine them in everything else.
If my experience as a Chinese woman in crypto has taught me anything, it’s that we need to be twice as strong and grounded if we want to compete with our male counterparts.
I joined this space enamored with the idea of decentralization.
My personal mission is to communicate why blockchain is important and how it can be used in the real world, because I believe it can change the world.
In contrast to the West, where conversations are slowly evolving towards a more nuanced discussion of the merits of blockchain technology and institutional adoption, Chinese crypto enthusiasts largely maintain a single-minded speculative focus: Will this coin be listed on a Korean exchange soon? have engendered many tragedies, and created a more insidious impact: For those who truly believe in the blockchain, such scams are smearing the blockchain technology name, making it notorious while the underlying premise is laudable.” The challenges Chinese women in crypto face are similar to those anywhere else in the world, but they’re compounded by the chaos and “scammy”-ness of the space.
Attend any Chinese blockchain meetup, and you’ll come across perhaps eight women for every 100 attendees.