What is International Women’s Day (IWD)?
A one-day online campaign to highlight the contributions of women.
This is the first year that the Bitcoin community will join IWD for “Bitcoin Women’s Day.”
The theme this year is “Make It Happen.”
Like #GivingTuesday, public and private sector partners like Google, the UN, and Care International come together on Twitter and Facebook, in blog posts and digital media to highlight women’s achievements.
When is Bitcoin Women’s Day?
Sunday, March 8th, 2015.
Why Support Bitcoin Women’s Day?
Highlight women’s achievements in Bitcoin.
There are many smart forward thinking women in Bitcoin. Highlight their unique expertise in the Bitcoin ecosystem and encourage other women to learn more about Bitcoin during this massive, one-day global outreach and education campaign.
What can I do?
- Tweet your message of support for Bitcoin Women’s Day to: @womensday.
Use these hashtags:
… and don’t forget to add #Bitcoin
- Share your thought leading insights. The Digital Currency Council will be featuring blog posts from leading women in Bitcoin from March 8-15. Submit yours to firstname.lastname@example.org today!
- Make a video with your message and share it on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
- Change your social media icons and wallpaper to the Bitcoin Women’s Day logo.
How Else Can I Support Bitcoin Women’s Day?
Donate to a cause helping women and girls, like:
Why is IWD Purple?
Purple was adopted by IWD in 1911 as the color for women’s equality.
Who Can I Talk to for More Information about Bitcoin Women’s Day?
What Should I Do Right Now?
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Let’s Join Together and …
Thank you to Sarah Martin (BooneMartin), Elizabeth Ploshay and Emily Vaughn (Bitpay), Victoria van Eyk and Priya Samra (ChangTip), Jinyoung Englund (Bitcoin Foundation), Tatiana Moroz (Tatiana Coin), and Perianne Boring (Digital Chamber of Commerce) for leading this effort!