Tiffany Madison

Co-Founder at Amma Healing and 12 other companies
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Tiffany is an experienced blockchain executive, advisor to 22 companies, and consultant in communications, operations, and marketing. She is a former journalist and communications director with expertise in blockchain, startups, early-stage companies, women in tech, women in blockchain, cryptocurrency.

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  • Young Voices Associate Tiffany Madison has been published on Washington Times Communities. In her opinion piece ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ patches allegedly banned from Navy SEAL uniforms, Tiffany writes about how Navy SEAL uniforms may not bear ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ patches in the near future:

    "Former Navy Seal Carl Higbie claims a senior enlisted advisor has banned “Don’t Tread On Me” uniform patches for active-duty operators. Per Higbie’s Daily Caller column, an email circulated on October 22 advising personnel to wear only an American flag patch on their right shoulder. The correspondence was forwarded to him by multiple active SEALs."

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  • “The decision to launch d10e (a numeronym for decentralize) was in line with our vision to spearhead a cultural movement uniting investors and entrepreneurs working with all types of decentralizing technologies. Bitcoiners and blockchain evangelists aren’t the only ones in this space. We believe what can be decentralized will be decentralized, and it's up to the early adopters to collaborate and make it happen.”

    -by Tiffany Madison, CEO of D10e

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  • "Like the broader tech industry, there is a gender equality gap in blockchain technology. I think this is attributed to the fact that in the initial days of crypto, the earliest voices advocating widespread adoption of privacy-enhancing cryptography (as a facilitator for social and political change), were mostly male. That is changing.
    Speaking only for myself: while there is certainly a disparity between men and women in this space, I think the industry is rapidly evolving into a culture of inclusion. In my experience, the community is comprised of highly conscientious individuals that sincerely strive to include women and all underrepresented groups in the industry. These efforts will naturally continue to attract more female involvement. This is important to me. I have three nieces and a four-month-old daughter. I want as many opportunities open for them in this world, and want to only be a part of cultures that would actively welcome them."

    -by Tiffany Madison, founding partners at DecentraNet

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