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Amy’s NFT Collection Is Making It Easy For Women To Break Into Crypto

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Gender gaps in different aspects of life only create problems instead of solutions and people should take steps to bridge these gaps to promote unity and diversity. Similarly, crypto is a valuable field where the number of women is extremely low. Therefore, educated women that have achieved a lot in the field of crypto are now trying their level best to introduce crypto to the women who are ignorant about its existence so that they can discover a new way of making money and purchasing assets digitally. 

NFTs have been raging for quite some time now and Amy Matsushima has now come up with NFT avatars that women can use in the metaverse to make sure that the male dominance in the crypto and metaverse sector is depleted. Amy Matsushima started “Women Of Crypto” with the mission of bringing a huge crowd of women into crypto and metaverse. Women Of Crypto was launched at the beginning of February. It has only been a month and the results of her efforts are impeccable. Amy believed that women should step into the crypto world before long and start educating themselves on how things operate in crypto because in the near future crypto will gain ascendancy. Amy believes that “Collective and indiscriminate effort facilitates inclusivity.” 

Crypto is a very diverse field and somehow Metaverse has also become a part of it. With the help of WOC’s NFTs women can have an identity in the metaverse where they can buy other digital assets or attend community events for entertainment purposes. Moreover, metaverse also has a series of games that earn you money when you put in the right amount of effort. The new and improved metaverse gives an almost real-time experience as you can talk to your friends and go through the NFT marketplace quite conveniently. More and more women are now stepping into the metaverse with confidence and many are helping other women out by educating them about all the aspects of the metaverse and crypto.

Amy is a natural when it comes to business; it is safe to say that she knew being a businesswoman was her destination since her childhood. She started crypto trading in 2009 which hiked up her interest to a huge extent. After spending a considerable amount of time in the field, she felt the absence of women in crypto and made it her goal to break women into crypto by generating NFTs for each woman that defines their personality. She wanted to create a firm that was highly reliable therefore, she sought help from investors and charity organizations to ensure her audience’s full confidence in her project. Holding a WOC NFT can unlock a lot of benefits for you in the metaverse such as exclusive events or features that were only available for members. Furthermore, WOC NFTs also act as a pass for conventions and events hosted by Women Of Crypto where you can increase your knowledge about real estate, investment, and e-commerce; moreover, you can also connect with other members of the community to share or receive advice.

Stanley Thompson has a degree in Journalism who has a strong journalism background and vast experience editing and selecting stories for digital content platforms. He was able to drive and generate effective content for a variety of audiences, including premium news events and editorial coverage.

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