The fourth day of WEF 2022 will see key people from the industry discuss the journey of crypto investors.
WEF 2022, the first in-person World Economic Forum event since the pandemic started, continues to bridge traditional finance with the future of money on its third day.
The Cointelegraph ground team, including editor-in-chief Kristina L. Corner, head of video Jackson DuMont and news reporter Joseph Hall, is deployed in Davos, where the event is held, to get the most recent developments from WEF 2022.
The fourth day of WEF 2022 will see the likes of Anthony Scaramucci & David Branch discuss the journey of crypto investors. Our editor-in-chief Kristina is moderating an Equality Lounge’s panel on “Why Web3 Needs Women at the Forefront” and more in today’s coverage.
Don’t forget to check this article regularly to be notified about the most recent announcements from the event.
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Cointelegraph editor in chief Kristina Lucrezia Cornèr moderated a panel on ‘Why Web3 Needs Women at the Forefront” joined by Meta vice president Nicola Mendelsohn, Global Blockchain Business Council CEO Sandra Ro, Harvard Business School’s Sarah Endline and Splunk government relations head Bill Wright. Read the full discussion here.
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On a discussion around women role models, Meta VP quipped that Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto who remains pseudo-anonymous to date could very well be a woman.