CryptoMoms, Bitcoin Forum for Women, Celebrates first Anniversary


CryptoMoms, Bitcoin Forum for Women, Celebrates first Anniversary

CryptoMoms, a Bitcoin forum for women, is celebrating its anniversary and continuing to encourage and assist women worldwide to participate in Bitcoin and digital currency. Moreover, as it is celebrating its first anniversary after officially launching one year ago on April 16, 2014, promises to bridge the gap between the women and the cryptocurrencies.

In a press release the Bitcoin forum for women, CryptoMoms says that in spite of the troubling gender gap being well recognized in the cryptocurrency and Bitcoin space, most industry efforts to help improve the situation have shown little result. It says that most reports indicated a slight improvement from over a year ago by about 2%.

Moreover, as CryptoMoms is becoming increasingly popular among parents and grandparents since it launched cryptocurrency investment savings plans for kids (CRISP) last December, it is trying to reach to people even more vigorously than ever. Also, DNotes, CryptoMoms and DNotesVault have added savings plans for retirement and for students worldwide.

At the occasion of the first anniversary CryptoMoms says that it has become quite apparent that moms care deeply about the financial future of their children and their financial means to get a good education. It says that digital currency, such as DNotes which are though at infancy, offer potential high returns and superior advantages as a form of payment.

Nonetheless, CryptoMoms is celebrating the first anniversary as a gateway for women into the world of digital money overwhelmingly dominated by men. It is challenging the dominance of men in the cryptocurrency ecosystem providing plenty of vital information and easy guides for women newcomers as well as a strong and helpful community.

CryptoMoms Introducing Women to Bitcoin Vigorously

The press release claims that the forum alone attracts up to 272 visitors daily, an impressive number considering that far less than 10% of the cryptocurrency community is women. This is quite astounding and successful given it is just one year when the forum was formed. CryptoMoms remains true to its mission with multiple projects to bring women on board.

CryptoMoms is inviting women to learn, or to help teach others, about cryptocurrency, investing, retirement, and the many opportunities evolving in this new industry. Nonetheless, with rich content on everything one needs to know to get started in the digital currency space; CryptoMoms continue to attract women to Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystem.

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