CryptoChicks started as a meet-up group in Toronto organized by two women Elena and Natalia, mother of Ethereum Inventor Vitalik Buterin to help other women navigate through Blockchain technology. In a short period of time small meet-up group grew into an international non-profit organization called, CryptoChicks with the members, events and chapters in 56 countries. CryptoChicks educated thousands of women and youth all over the world in just a few years. Hundreds of those women now have careers and started their own businesses in blockchain. Today, the CryptoChicks Hatchery incubation mentorship program as well as CryptoChicks Academy to continue our mission of educating and supporting women and youth in blockchain.
CryptoChicks is proud to be nominated for Blockchain Company of the Year Award at the Canadian FinTech and AI Awards and Diversity Initiative of the Year at the inaugural Women in IT Awards Canada.
CryptoChicks has grown to an international organization in 56 countries to host hackathons, events and conferences globally. We aim to continue growing CryptoChicks to educate and impact as many as possible.