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Women in Web3: Metaverse for Education Newsletter Issue #10

Vriti Saraf
Vriti Saraf
This is a special issue highlighting projects led by women in web3.

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Tonight we got to stroll around an amazing #eduverse with ppl from all around the globe. 🌐✨🚀 Such great energy, curiosity, possibilities. @VritiSaraf @EdTechPeck @TheTechRabbi @k20Educators @gather_town #web3 #metaverse
Hello Educators & Friends,
This past month, we’ve spread a ton of web3 love.
In the next two weeks, I am keynoting at AATE and speaking on a web3 panel at ASU/GSV.
Our goal is to bring web3 to educators so we’re really proud that we’re making an impact in a time when “rug pulls” are becoming more prevalent in web3.
It’s also important to recognize that web3 is still male dominated.
Considering that 75% of k12 educators and 60% of k20 global educators are self-identifying female, and in honor of International Women’s Month, we thought we’d take the love one step further and dedicate this issue to women led web3 projects.
Women in Web3 Landscape
We explored 260 projects (not including NFTs) across web3 to find women-led web3 companies. We found 40. That’s only 15%.
When we dove deeper into these organizations, many didn’t have a real product or service. We found 14 communities including 6 DAOs that are doing interesting things. We also found the top 28 unique NFT projects led by women that seem to be making progress toward their roadmaps.
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The world of web3 is genuinely exciting but sometimes it can be difficult to find your niche, especially for women. Good news is many of us are excited to support each other. But always do your own research - scams are still out there.
We hope this helps, a bit. Thanks for learning with us.
Warmly yours,
Vriti & k20 Educators team
Learn about Women in the Metaverse
DAOs mentioned in graphic above
Web3 communities mentioned in graphic above
Do Something in the Metaverse
🗓️ Events by women
This week’s Metaverse for Education newsletter was about women in the metaverse. More to come on NFTs, DAOs, cryptocurrency, blockchain, & more. We’re excited to bring education into the Metaverse & help you leverage the opportunities in the new world.
Join our community of innovative educators in the Eduverse.
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Vriti Saraf
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