Breaking Crypto Ceilings: A Conversation with Sabrina Wang and Dina White

Hosted by Helen Femi Williams and Julie VerHage-Greenberg This Week in Fintech recently interview Dina White, General Counsel at Zodia Markets Dina White and Sabrina Wang give us a glimpse into the dynamic world of crypto, shedding light on women’s roles in this fast-evolving field and sharing their unique insights on opportunities, challenges, and the…

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Hosted by Helen Femi Williams and Julie VerHage-Greenberg This Week in Fintech recently interview Dina White, General Counsel at Zodia Markets

Dina White and Sabrina Wang give us a glimpse into the dynamic world of crypto, shedding light on women’s roles in this fast-evolving field and sharing their unique insights on opportunities, challenges, and the future of women in Web3.

Summary

  • Introductions and welcome. ⁠0:16⁠
  • How did you get into the space? ⁠3:11⁠
  • Can you be an expert in crypto? ⁠11:31⁠
  • The ratio of men to women in crypto. ⁠15:58
  • Looking at the legal framework. ⁠19:18⁠
  • Why women are pulling back from crypto. ⁠23:26⁠
  • The future of crypto. ⁠26:16⁠
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