The third Cointelegraph Talks event begins at 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday, June 9; the event is intended to address gender and diversity issues in the cryptology sector.
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The one-hour discussion will be presented by Cointelegraph managing editor Kristina Lucrezia Cornèr and will include a panel with three of the most influential women in cryptology: the World Economic Forum’s chief blockchain, digital assets and data policy officer, Sheila Warren; the CEO and executive director of the Foundation for Stellar Development, Denelle Dixon; and the founder and managing director of Avandis Consulting, Dr. Anino Emuwa.
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The event will be broadcast for free on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, and Eventbrite will process the registrations for the talk. Viewers are invited to register for the broadcasts through this link.
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Cointelegraph Talks held its first event on April 21, discussing the digital dollar and the electronic landscape in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The event was attended by Catherine Coley, CEO of Binance.US, CEO and co-founder of BRD, Adam Traidman, and law professor Morgan Ricks, among other esteemed experts.
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The second Cointelegraph Talk was broadcast on May 5, and discussed the likely ramifications of Bitcoin’s halving. The discussion featured Paolo Ardoinno of Bitfinex, Alejandro Torre of Poolin and John Todaro of Tradeblock.