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We invite all gender from the following background

  • Blockchain enthusiasts
  • Entrepreneurs 
  • Startups
  • Cryptocurrency Investors 
  • Blockchain technologists 
  • Blockchain developers 
  • University and college students

You will learn:

  • How to start your own blockchain business
  • How to design effective token model
  • How to run successful ICO
  • How to attract investors
  • How to be compliant with the current laws


  • Different blockchain technologies
  • Blockchain and Fintech
  • Blockchain and AI
  • Blockchain and Healthcare
  • Blockchain and Developing Countries

You will meet and connect with:

  • Female Blockchain Developers
  • Venture Capitalists
  • Cryptocurrency Hedge Funds
  • Cryptocurrency Investors
  • Blockchain Technologists
  • Blockchain Hardware Inventors

You will enjoy:

  • Three days of conference with cocktail party and all meals included
  • Witnessing our female hackers from different countries to work on their blockchain business ideas
  • Voting on the hackathon’s best blockchain projects of the weekend


We invite:

  • Blockchain Developers – women only
  • Blockchain Mentors – men and women
  • Frontend, Backend and Fullstack Developers with or without blockchain experience – women only
  • Business Analysts, Project Managers, UI/UX Designers – women only
  • All who have a great blockchain business ideas – women only

You will have an opportunity to choose one of the following hacking track:

  • Business track – design and present to judges and audience your own blockchian business including MVP mock ups, business model, cryptoeconomics model, investment plan
  • Developer track – develop and present to judges a prototype of decentralized application on a blockchain or blockchain development tool, or hardware device.

You will learn with a help of CryptoChicks and our sponsor BlockGeeks :

  • Different blockchain technologies
  • How to develop decentralized application
  • ERC20 and ERC 721 tokens
  • How to design effective cryptoeconomics token model
  • How to program using RightMesh
  • How to design and build your own blockchain business
  • How to attract investments
  • Challenges and roadblocks in current blockchain techologies

You will have an opportunity to meet and connect with:

  • Blockchain developers
  • Blockchain entrepreneurs
  • Blockchain startups
  • Blockchain enthusiasts
  • Blockchain technologists

If you are not based in Toronto and can’t afford to fly in, contact us at stayintouch@cryptochicks.ca.

 The registration deadline is March 15, 2018.

Hotel Information

Book our partner hotel Chelsea at discount rate using this link before March 16, 2018. You may also call the hotel directly, toll free 1-800-CHELSEA (243-5732) or 416-595-
1975 and mention CryptoChicks to get a discount.

Apply to Speak

If you are a female involved in blockchain and want to share your work and contribution in this space, please apply for the speaking opportunity. We want to hear from you!

Apply for a media pass

If you are a media professional and would like to cover our event, please apply for a free media pass

Event Sponsors


Community Partners

Speakers and panelists


Building Your Blockchain Startup

Wendy Lee, Former Block.one (EOS)


Landscape of Practical Blockchain Systems and Their Applications

Dr. C. Mohan, IBM
San Jose, USA

Maryanne Morrow

ICO and Token Economics

Maryanne Morrow, SurgeLXR
Palo Alto, USA

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A Crypto Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Investment Galaxy

Maryanna Saenko, DFJ
San Francisco, USA

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Why the most boring aspect of cryptocurrency is the most interesting?

Amanda B Johnson, DASH


ICO 2.0: Disrupting the Venture Capital Market by Equity Token, or How to Conduct a Fully Legal ICO

Zoe Adamovicz, NeuFund
Berlin, Germany


CryptoEconomics: What Makes Blockchains Special

Niloo Ravaei, BlockGeeks
Toronto, Canada


Jamming on CryptoEconomics Models

Caroline Jaquiss, Polychain Capital
San Francisco, USA


Integrating Blockchain in a Business Model

Othalia Doe-Bruce, One Ledger
Toronto, Canada


Lessons learned in building high-performance teams in crypto and beyond.

Ryan Zurrer, Polychain Capital
San Francisco, USA


Raising the Next Generation to Make the World a Better Place

Dmitry Buterin, BlockGeeks
Toronto, Canada


Panel - TBA

Natalia Ameline, CryptoChicks
Toronto, Canada



Corrine Sandler, CryptoCrunch
Toronto, Canada

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Banksters and Cryptopunks: A Series of Fortunate Events

Liza Horowitz, CryptoChicks
Toronto, Canada


Blockchain Meets Healthcare

Dr. Rhea Mehta, Bowhead Health
Toronto, Canada


Crypto Price Tracker: Story and Lessons

Harshita Arora, HarshitaApps
Chandigarh, India


Panel - TBA

Rhys Lindmark, ETHDenver Denver, USA


Finding your way in the token jungle

Katarzyna Kaminska, CEO at Trivial.co
Warsaw, Poland



Raine Revere, ShapeShift
Denver, USA


Crypto's Golden Opportunity

Jenna Pilgrim, Blockchain Research Institute
Toronto, Canada



Paige Peterson, ZCash
Greater Boston Area, USA

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Crypto-Communities and Coins of Social Value

Rajiv Narang, Jupiter Tree Studios
Edmonton, Canada


The Tragedy of the Blockchain Commons

Mawadda Basir, ColliderX
Toronto, Canada


AI on the Blockchain: Opportunities and Tools for Implementation

Paige Bailey, Microsoft
Redmond, USA


Tips on Marketing Your ICO

Arian Hopkins, ICOx Innovations
Montreal, Canada


Panel - TBA

Ted Waz, The OpinionEconomy, Inc.
Nashville, USA



Linda Naeun Lee, ZCash
Greater Chicago Area, USA

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Bitcoin and the Island of Yap

Yervant Kulbashian, STACK
Toronto, Canada

Brianna MacNeil

Panel - TBA

Brianna MacNeil, RightMesh
Vancouver, Canada


Market for Crypto Currency Investments

Ruben Sahakyan, GMP Securities
Toronto, Canada

Hacker Workshops


Step by Step building HelloMesh by RightMesh​

Rachel Cheng, RightMesh
Vancouver, Canada


Step by Step building HelloMesh by RightMesh​

Srilekha Kirshnamachari, RightMesh
Vancouver, Canada


Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric

Naba Siddiqui, CryptoChicks
Toronto, Canada


Hacking: Tips and Tricks

Elena Sinelnikova, CryptoChicks
Toronto, Canada


Crash Course on Non-Fungible (ERC-721) Tokens

Elena Nadolinski, Airbnb
San Francisco, USA


Learn Ethereum Development and Smart Contracts

Niloo Ravaei, BlockGeeks
Toronto, Canada

Contact Us

MaRS Centre, 101 College Street, Toronto