How Crypto + Feminine Energy Can Transcend Late-Stage Capitalism

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85 N. Raymond Avenue · Pasadena, CA

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Topic: How Crypto + Feminine Energy Can Transcend Late-Stage Capitalism

Experience & meditation have shown Rachel Cook that the dysfunction in tech/finance is about an imbalance of masculine/feminine energy in all humans, & therefore in the things they build.

Rachel believes crypto can help us transcend this, & will share how.

Rachel Cook is the founder and CEO of Seeds, which allows anyone to redeem a token to ask for money - and receive it as a gift - with no strings attached. Seeds competed in Techcrunch Disrupt Battlefield in 2016, went through Techstars in NYC in 2015, and is a 2014 alum of Boost VC, the Bitcoin-focused startup accelerator. While working in Kenya to get Seeds set up on the ground, Rachel once spent the night in a Nairobi jail.

Prior to founding Seeds, Rachel directed and produced The Microlending Film Project, a feature documentary exploring the impact of microloans on women, which was shot on 4 continents. The film was the Feature Presentation at the Chicago Social Change Film Festival in 2012. Before that, Rachel was a career-profitable futures and equities trader in Chicago and New York. She is a 2006 graduate of Duke University, and has been nomadic for several years now, but is super pumped to find a more permanent home in Pasadena soon.

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