Shiba Inu partners with IWB to support women in blockchain

The partnership began with the recently introduced fund launched by Shytoshi Kusama to strengthen female participation in the blockchain.

Shiba Inu’s Metaverse project has formed a new partnership with International Women of Blockchain (IWB) and NowPayments. This collaboration aims to promote women’s active involvement in the blockchain industry across all domains. The partnership started with the newly introduced fund launched by Shiba Inu project manager Shytoshi Kusama.

The IWB announced the latest collaboration in an official press release on Thursday. According to the press release, the partnership aims to promote gender diversity in the Web3 scene by stimulating and encouraging women’s participation. Furthermore, the initiative aims to promote diversity in all aspects of the field beyond just gender.

Per information from a Forbes reporta December 2021 study revealed that only 5 of the 141 crypto-focused entities surveyed had female founders, underscoring the need for female participation in the sector.

This partnership to leverage NowPayments

The International Women of Blockchain conference is a confident and dynamic event during Women’s History Month. It is a hybrid conference that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion in the Web3 blockchain industry.

NowPayments is a non-custodial payment gateway that allows businesses and individuals to accept crypto payments quickly and securely. It supports over 160 assets including Bitcoin, Shiba Inu and Ethereum. The partnership will leverage NowPayments as a channel for additional contributions. A NowPayments donation button is already embedded on the IWB website.

The partnership initiated by Shytoshi Kusama

The collaboration was initiated with the fund recently introduced by Shytoshi Kusama. As before reportedstarted the fund initiatives aimed at strengthening female participation in Shibarium with Kusama’s contribution of $25,000.

See also  Solana and big eyes bring a change in the blockchain industry

– Advertisement –

After contributions from several entities, including NFA Labs, Marcie Jastrow, Lisa Watts Sherri Cuono and Unification, the fund now has $50,000. This resulting partnership will seek to bolster Shibwomen numbers.

Kusama recently highlighted the collaboration, emphasizing its importance to the growth of the Shiba Inu community, particularly in terms of female participation.

“As a female CEO, I am happy and honored to have this chance to help bring more women to the blockchain, as well as spread awareness to those already there. It’s great to see our donation solution making waves in the SHIB community,” Xena Kash, CEO of NowPayments, noted.

– Advertisement –

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *