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Des Femmes newsletter - Issue #20

Des Femmes newsletter
Des Femmes newsletter
We’re starting production season for our second magazine!
Please contribute to our Gitcoin crowdfunding campaign if you love seeing women in crypto celebrated in print via mainstream retailers like Barnes & Noble. We are looking to raise $45,000 for the 2022 edition and to keep our community going strong. Any amount helps! 😊

Contribute here: https://bit.ly/3H3nhLw
Contribute here: https://bit.ly/3H3nhLw
We’re also planning our first public event in New York on June 24th! Buy tickets to join our Crypto Coven Cosplay party here. To see more about what we’ve been up to so far, check out our (early stages) Notion here.
Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/3H8yYkm
Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/3H8yYkm
Highlights of the month:
🔥 Des Femmes community member and entrepreneur Daisy Alioto, whose publication Dirt was featured in newsletter #15, raised a $1.2 Million seed round for her media startup! Congrats, Daisy!
🔥 Des Femmes contributing editor Ximena Cordon participated in the Oslo Freedom Forum on behalf of our community and is writing an inspiring article about it for the next print magazine, especially focusing on speakers and projects from the ‘Financial Freedom’ section of the conference. Looking forward to it, Ximena! 
Oslo Freedom Forum / Photo by JanKhur
Oslo Freedom Forum / Photo by JanKhur
Community spotlight:
Last but not least, community contributor Joyce Pavia Hanson sat down with our compliance advisor Sasha Hodder to chat about her fascinating legal perspective (check out this Youtube interview with fellow Des Femmes leader Alice Albl for more insights). Out of her current client roster at Hodder Law Firm, which consists of 36 businesses related to the cryptocurrency industry, five of these companies were founded by women.
“My advice to women wishing to start a Bitcoin-focused business is to dive in, there’s no better way to learn than by doing,” Hodder said. “For female founders in particular, just join Des Femmes and you will be instantly hooked up with a wealth of experience.”
From a compliance perspective, she says regulation starts to come into play when people exchange digital currencies through centralized parties, or when people create and sell other digital assets that the government may view as securities (something that increases in value without their labor or skill contributing to that increase). To learn more about her legal work, you can reach out to her via sasha@hodder.law. We’re so lucky to have Sasha as part of the Des Femmes community!
That’s all for now. We’ll have more updates from the CabinDAO collaboration in the next newsletter. In the meantime, be sure to follow us on Twitter or Instagram via @desfemmesmag. Not a member yet? Buy an official membership here.  
 
Until next time, stay curious!
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