Sukhi Jutla is an award-winning entrepreneur and author, based in London, United Kingdom.
She is a sought after international speaker, thought leader and qualified IBM Blockchain Developer, and has won numerous awards including Asian Women of Achievement, Female Entrepreneur of The Year and named Top 100 European Digital Pioneer by The Financial Times and Google.
In April 2018, Sukhi made global headlines becoming the World’s First #1 Bestselling ‘Blockchain’ Author.
She is the author of 3 books:
• Escape The Cubicle: Quit The Job You Hate, Create A Life You Love
• Authors and The Blockchain
• The FinTech Book
In her book “Escape the cubicle: quit the job you hate, create a life you love”, Sukhi tells her journey of becoming an entrepreneur after years of corporate jobs. She shares her experience and gives tips to empower other people willing to do the same.
Sukhi is a regular media commentator on tech, blockchain and digital disruption, having been featured in over 100+ UK based and international publications.
In 2019, Sukhi was appointed Board Member to the Mayor of London's Digital Skills Partnership, representing the voice of new technologies such as blockchain, AI and machine learning.
Within a year, her business MarketOrders has been nominated for over 24 awards and got over 450 mentions in the press.
Here are a few links:
Sukhi’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sukhijutla/
MarketOrders’ LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/market-orders/
MarketOrders’ website: https://www.marketorders.net/blog/
Are Stablecoins The Future? - E-Crypto News, May 2020
“We have seen more money being pumped into stable coins due to the economic uncertainty currently prevailing. These coins tend to have more stability than other pure digital currencies which are more volatile and are being affected more by the current pandemic as we see more speculative trading.”25 May 2020
Blockchain Technology Vs. Covid -19 - E-Crypto News, May 2020
“The COVID pandemic is certainly going to change how normal life used to be. This pandemic has highlighted the need for money to be able to flow seamlessly and quickly to those who need it. Many countries have been
criticized for not being able to get funds quickly to businesses and people who are struggling financially due to COVID as systems are slow and traditional banks are still the main gatekeepers of the funds that need to be distributed such as business loans to save businesses.
Perhaps, this pandemic will now prompt people to question why they need to outsource their financial needs to inefficient third parties and instead turn to blockchain technology that could help people access their finance faster and send and receive much-needed money in a matter of minutes rather than getting stuck in bureaucratic red tape.
With so many people already embracing digital cash and using cards to make payments perhaps we are now just one step away from paying for our groceries from our digital wallets connected to blockchain technology.
Banks have been criticized for not helping businesses access the vital grants and loans being distributed by the Government. Perhaps, if funds were distributed using blockchain technology, those who need the help can get it faster with digital records being stored on the blockchain ledger.”22 May 2020
Pandemic may usher in cashless new world - Sunday Express, May 2020
"As the pandemic destroys millions of jobs, many will need cash to help them budget and spend less."11 May 2020