Discover SHIB Token’s latest initiatives: Female Crypto Workers Fund and The Metaverse Introduction by Shiba Inu Technology Executives at SXSW 2023.
Last week in Washington, DC, SHIB Token developers announced a fund for female cryptocurrency workers at the International Women of Blockchain (IWB) event. At last week’s SXSW 2023 Experience in Austin, Texas, Shiba Inu’s technology executives Sherri Cuono and Marcie Jastrow introduced the metaverse.
SHIB: The Third Floor (TTF), a Hollywood, California-based multimedia firm, is working on The Metaverse. The WAGMI Temple, the first virtual hub in the world, made its public debut at SXSW. Shiba Inu fans had the chance to take part in a group meditation and visit the first hub. The new website for SHIB: The Metaverse now has a flyover over the temple.
$50,000 is raised to help women shine on blockchain
In addition to artificial intelligence, the primary objective of the NFAI program, according to Forbes, is the potential availability of conventional hedge funds and traditional lending systems to DeFi crypto users. Naturally, Shy Kusama was the first person to donate money to the foundation, contributing $25,000 to its coffers.
After the generous act, NFAI decided to make an additional contribution of $10,000. Forbes claims that the NFAI initiative’s main emphasis is on the possibility of making conventional hedge funds and conventional lending systems accessible to users of DeFi cryptocurrency in addition to artificial intelligence.
Last but not least, the fund was able to reach its goal of $50,000 thanks to Lisa M. Watts, another female executive working for the SHIB Token, as well as Marcie Jastrow, Chief Advisor for SHIB: The Metaverse, and Sherri Cuono.
Kusama emphasized how important it was for everyone to participate in the initiative, saying, “Until blockchain is useable and accessible by people of all genders and ethnicities, we will never gain complete acceptance.”
Because of its decentralized structure, blockchain has the potential to help solve pressing societal issues such as inequality, misogyny, and social anxiety. It can do this by promoting inclusion, acting as a mentor, and having a positive influence on others.