Women in Web3 at Permissionless


While men have been driving a lot of the conversation around blockchain, Web3 and NFTs, women (who have been there from the beginning) are increasingly gaining an equal footing in the space as founders, project leads, investors, developers, stakeholders and peers.

To highlight those essential contributions — and to remind the community of the importance of building inclusion and diversity into the fabric of your Web3 company — Amberfi is proud to be organizing the Women in Web3 social event at next week’s Permissionless conference, the self-styled “cultural event of the year”  in West Palm Beach, Fla.

At Women in Web3, it’s all about socializing — an informal meet ‘n’ greet where people of all genders can hang out, have a drink (we pick up the tab for the first 25 attendees), swap QR codes and meet fellow like-minded futurists. Because we’re all building the future together, aren’t we?

Ellyse Amelia Trethric, Amberfi’s director of marketing and community, and Haley Cromer, our staff video journalist, are putting together the event. Ellyse promises games and prizes alongside and networking and drinking. As she says in the Eventbrite invite:  “This is the perfect event to meet other women passionate about Web3, blockchain, crypto, and NFTs. Network with ladies who own or run businesses, podcasts, YouTube channels, and more across the emerging world of Web3.”

It all takes place at The Grato, 1901 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, from 5:30 to 8 pm on Tuesday, May 17. The event filled up within two days after we announced it, but if you’d like to be added to the wait list, drop a note to Haley. Hope to see you there!

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