The cryptocurrency industry has a major gender issue regarding the involvement of women. Bitcoin of America (BOA), a popular virtual currency exchange, is trying to solve this major problem, and BOA has been very open about the involvement of women at conferences, expos, and even within their own company. Bitcoin of America revealed that most of its top-level positions are filled by women. The Chief Operating Officer, Operations Manager, Marketing Director, Agent Location Director, and Business Development Director are all run by powerful women.
Bitcoin of America sent an all-female team to Bitcoin 2021 Miami, the world’s largest bitcoin conference, and BOA’s female team hopes to encourage other women to join the industry. Business Development Director Alice Gorodetsky shared her thoughts on the industry; Gorodetsky said, “There is a large male presence in the technology sector and in the crypto space. I am excited to be part of an inclusive company like Bitcoin of America that encourages women to succeed in a male-dominated industry.”
Bitcoin of America is currently hiring and looking to expand their female team. They are looking to promote women within the cryptocurrency industry and help give them a voice. Marketing Director Jenna Polinsky spoke about her experience working in a male-dominated industry, Polinsky said, “I am fortunate to be part of a team that values everyone’s input. I have had a positive experience working at Bitcoin of America and I hope to use my influence to encourage other women to enter the industry.
Bitcoin of America is registered with the U.S. Department of the Treasury (FinCEN) as a Money Service Provider.Bitcoin of America offers several different services, including Bitcoin ATMs, Bitcoin Tablets, and online exchange. BOA is known for providing fast and hassle-free transactions to their customers while offering the best customer support in the industry, which makes them one of the best in the industry.
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