Although the Web3 ecosystem is developing quickly, there are still numerous issues that the sector must overcome, one of which is a lack of diversity.
While their participation is essential in tackling some of the most important difficulties in the profession, the underrepresentation of women in the area continues to be a major cause for concern.
Women in Web3
Sandra Leow, a research analyst at Nansen, asserts that the first step is to motivate women working in the field to support modest endeavors like introducing friends to cryptocurrency projects, regardless of their gender.
Leow thinks the Web3 sector should increase diversity by emphasizing onboarding activities to make on-chain data and blockchain explorers more accessible to more individuals, particularly women.
- There are still numerous issues that the Web3 sector must overcome.
- Great role models will encourage women to pursue Web3, which has so much potential.
- The Web3 ecosystem requires more female participants.
Great role models will encourage women to pursue Web3, which has so much potential, especially for female leaders aiming to improve the world, according to Devon Martens, a principal Blockchain Engineer at Sweet NFTs.
Devon also urged businesses to offer employees the time and resources to seek internal growth options like workshops and courses.
With a focus on education and training beginning at the grassroots level, Sandy Carter, chief operating officer and head of business development at Unstoppable Domains, thinks communities, organizations, and businesses need to work together and take proactive measures to improve diversity in the industry.
International Women’s Day was on March 8, and Coinbase CEO and founder Brian Armstrong tweeted that he had hosted a “build back better” dinner in New York and received criticism because it only included male cryptocurrency founders.
Twitter user Cokie called him out for the obvious lack of women at the table. Overall, the Web3 ecosystem requires more female participants, and businesses and other groups must work together and take deliberate steps to promote diversity.