Miss Natoshi’s full-time crypto lifestyle

Who is Miss Natoshi?

Miss Natoshi is one of those bold personalities in the crypto community who both talks the talk and walks the walk. Once the crypto world caught her attention, she did her homework, became a believer in bitcoin and the future of cryptocurrencies, and put her money where her mouth was.

The Full-Time Crypto  Lifestyle

It’s safe to say that Miss Natoshi is a serious crypto investor, always on the hunt for ICO’s and hidden gems with huge potential. She gets down in the trenches on all sorts of crypto exchanges looking for trades that pay.

Miss Natoshi is one of my favorite examples of an effective crypto influencer because she demonstrates both:

1) a high level of expertise and knowledge about the cryptocurrency markets, trading, ico’s and early stage projects

2) an admirable full-time crypto lifestyle, which can go a long way to get people excited about the prospects of investing in cryptocurrency

It’s safe to say that Miss Natoshi has made some great calls on lower cap cryptocurrencies, and has been able to demonstrate an enviable lifestyle as a result.

You can follower her Twitter and Instagram accounts to get a glimpse into the life of a full-time crypto investor, expert, and world traveler.

An exemplary Crypto Boss-Woman

As shown on her social profiles, you can see that, aside from her somewhat lavish, crypto-powered lifestyle,

Miss Natoshi is also involved in all aspects of crypto investing, from being a die-hard bitcoin bull

to keeping a close eye on the markets and prices for an abundance of different crypto projects

and having her own mining GPU rigs, with her own style applied to them.

She also contributes to 21Cryptos magazine.

Another thing that makes Miss Natoshi a great (and very needed) influencer for the crypto movement is the fact that she’s a woman.

She certainly is already an inspiration to many in the crypto space (myself included) and I’m sure with her continued success, she will be a key influencer for new crypto women. The fact of the matter is that there is a big shortage of females involved with cryptocurrency in general.

Cryptocurrency Gender Statistics

According to a Forbes statistic taken in 2017, only 5-7% of cryptocurrency users are female. That means that there is about 1 female cryptocurrency user to every 17 male users. This low level of crypto adoption from women is concerning for all members of the crypto community.

The success of cryptocurrencies depends on mainstream acceptance of blockchain technology. This means we need more crypto women!

Leader of the Crypto Vikings

Miss Natoshi also created and actively manages a telegram announcement group called MISS NATOSHI’S VIKINGS where she actively shares crypto-related news and information, bots with new exchange listings, memes and gifs, and new coins and ICO’s she’s interested in.

I personally have been a member of the Miss Natoshi’s Vikings group for the past three months and would definitely recommend it as a valuable source of information. I find some of the announcements involving ICO analysis and other early stage projects on her radar to be particularly valuable.

Join the Vikings

Miss Natoshi calls her group the Vikings because she believes that early crypto investors will be the new vikings of our day. This is because they will be building digital empires and exploring new lands of code.

Remember, neither Miss Natoshi or I are sharing financial advice, nor are we financial advisors.

This is not financial advice I am not a financial advisor…. Just a 👸🏻 BTFD.

Educating Women on Crypto

There is a big opportunity to further educate women on cryptocurrency and the changing technology world around us. Some women, like Miss Natoshi are stepping up to the plate to advocate for cryptocurrency and be an example for others.

Getting involved with crypto is risky business, as seen by the price volatility in the markets. In general, women may be more risk-averse, which is why there is a much lower participation rate among women.

However, if we can get more women to open their eyes to the huge potential for the future of cryptocurrency and blockchain tech, it will certainly bring more of them on-board.

More and more jobs are/will be opening up for people who have blockchain expertise or knowledge and it would be great to get some women filling these jobs. It’s a new enough field that women who join now can grow with the industry as it evolves.

What can YOU do?

Share your knowledge with women close to you – the basics of blockchain/crypto, the positive impact that it could have on the world, and how to get started and keep on top of all the changes in this exciting space.

Show them an example of a successful crypto woman like Miss Natoshi and the tools she uses and shares with the community.

Make sure the women you talk to understand it’s not all about getting rich and buying Lamborghinis. There is a much bigger picture here. It’s about changing many broken & outdated systems out there and making them more secure, safe, and efficient.

I encourage anyone reading this to talk to the women in their life about cryptocurrencies and sow the seeds of belief that will get them to join the crypto movement.

Hold On for Dear Life

Women Crypto Adoption on the rise? Katy Perry’s Crypto Claws, Paris Hilton

Only 5-7% of Cryptocurrency Users are Women

According to this Forbes statistic, there is about 1 female cryptocurrency user to every 17 male users. This low level of crypto adoption from women is concerning for all members of the crypto community.

The success of cryptocurrencies depends on mainstream acceptance of blockchain technology. This means we need more crypto women!

1 in every 5 of @hodlcrypto Instagram followers is Female

My instagram insights page is an anecdotal piece of evidence about this gender gap between crypto men (80%) and crypto women (20%)

Female Crypto Instagram

Are women getting the message about cryptocurrency?

 

The gender gap could mean that women aren’t receiving the right information about crypto.

But is that a valid argument? After all, men and women have access to the same information and tools on the internet.

Both men and women are equally enabled to google up info on bitcoin and blockchain tech, watch hundreds of experts in the space on youtube, listen to podcasts, follow social media, etc.

With low female participation in these alternative media channels, we can look to the mainstream media for the mass marketed messages about cryptocurrency we know are reaching women.

Mainstream Media’s constant FUD Machine for Bitcoin

There is no shortage of negative media surrounding Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency markets.

In addition to this, we also know that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are a very emotionally-charged topic, where people either:

A) Understand, and believe in the long-term potential of the cryptocurrency and blockchain movement

B) Don’t understand cryptocurrencies or blockchain technology and think it’s an unsustainable asset bubble

C) Understand cryptocurrencies and blockchain but still have negative biases towards it, and are incentivized to oppose the movement for their own reasons

For our purposes we will assume that the majority of women not participating in the use of cryptocurrency fall into group B. This is the group where mainstream media potentially has the most influence.

Warren Buffet and Jamie Dimon: Prime examples of Bitcoin FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt)

We are seeing a lot of the “centralized” world spread FUD about the “decentralized” world.

Warren Buffet warns crypto is a craze and a bubble that will eventually crash, leaving investors feeling “stupid”.

Warren Buffet Crypto FUDBuffet obviously has a lot to lose with cryptocurrency adoption, as this his investment firm will suffer due to the flow of investor capital from Wallstreet to the cryptocurrency market.

“You can’t value bitcoin, because it’s not a value-producing asset. Stay away from it. It’s a mirage, basically. The idea that it has some huge intrinsic value is just a joke, in my view.”

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, has also gone on record numerous times warning investors not to invest in bitcoin to no avail. He obviously stands a lot to lose, for example if all his retail investors decide they want to move 5-10% of their portfolio holdings to crypto.

Jamie Dimon vs. Bitcoin
Jamie Dimon vs. Bitcoin

Thanks to uninformed and biased mainstream media reports, the general public is more confused than ever about the cryptocurrency world.

For the average person, entering the market is intimidating. It requires skills and knowledge that uniquely combine financial and technological know-how. This is represented as even more convoluted by mainstream media.

Due to a growing number of either misinformed or dishonest mainstream media reports, the average Joe, or Jan, cannot see the facts about cryptocurrencies or its potential.

Do skewed media perceptions of Crypto affect Women more than Men?

The mainstream media outlets have skewed public’s perspective of crypto to the point where they don’t even want to learn more.

They think they have heard enough about how it is a scam, BEWARE BITCOIN SCAM

a fraud,BITCOIN IS A FRAUD JAMIE DIMON

and of course, a bubble.GLENN BECK BITCOIN BUBBLE

 

Because the majority of people consume their media from these large platforms it’s safe to say that they aren’t getting all of the right information.

Why Aren’t more Women seeking out cryptocurrency information?

My opinion is that a main reason for lack of female cryptocurrency curiosity is due to a higher level of risk aversion among females.

This study out of the University of Chicago shows supports this claim:

 Finally, both testosterone levels and risk aversion predicted career choices after graduation: Individuals high in testosterone and low in risk aversion were more likely to choose risky careers in finance.

These results suggest that testosterone has both organizational and activational effects on risk-sensitive financial decisions and long-term career choices.

Women are, on average, more risk averse than men in financial decision-making (1). Gender differences in financial risk aversion, in turn, can be associated with differences in career choices.

For example, in our academic institutions, ≈36% of female MBA students choose a risky career in finance (e.g., investment banking or trading), whereas 57% of male students do so.

Although social and cultural expectations for risk behavior and career choices in men and women differ, biological differences between the sexes could play an important role in these differences in behavior.

Female Cryptocurrency Influencers

Katy Perry’s Crypto Claws

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$—CrYpTo ClAwS—$

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Katy Perry has one of the most followed accounts on all of instagram and the post – captioned “$—CrYpTo ClAwS—$” – managed to generate over 200K likes.

Perry has also tagged the Instagram accounts of all five cryptocurrencies, directing followers to their instagram accounts – ethereum_updateslitecoinofficialbitstellarlumens and moneroofficial.

Paris Hilton publicly backing ICO’s

Paris Hilton is another example of a high-profile hollywood celebrity who has publicly revealed their involvement in cryptocurrency.

This past September (2017), Paris Hilton posted on twitter that she was:

“looking forward to participating in the new” LydianCoin — a platform that wants to combine the blockchain with “targeted, AI driven digital marketing and advertising services.”—Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) September 3, 2017

Since then, the post has been deleted. It was probably a shit token anyways, but we will give Paris Hilton an “E” for effort on that one.

SHIT TOKEN
SHIT TOKEN

The opportunity to educate Women on Cryptocurrency

There is a big opportunity to further educate women on cryptocurrency and the changing technology world around us. Some women are stepping up to the plate to advocate for cryptocurrency.

Many women are advocates for equality in the workforce and giving them the information to understand it will help them get up to speed and succeed in this industry.

More and more jobs are/will be opening up for people who have blockchain expertise or knowledge and it would be great to get some women filling these jobs. It’s a new enough field that women who join now can grow with the industry as it evolves.

EDUCATE A WOMAN

What can YOU do?

It’s simple, just share with them the basics of blockchain/crypto, the positive impact that it could have on the world, and how to get started and keep on top of all the changes in this exciting space.

 

Crypto isn’t all about investing your debt and making enough money to buy a lambo. It’s about changing many broken & outdated systems out there and making them more secure, safe, and efficient.

I encourage all of you to talk to the women in your life about cryptocurrencies and get them to join the crypto revolution.

Hold on for dear life.

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