Coin girls began when girls who loved virtual currency met for the first time in a cafe and met.
It was a group that started with such a fun tea ceremony, but as we continued to meet, the unity gradually increased and we began to have various thoughts.
Among them, the common thought was "I want more virtual currency."
It is said that 20% of Japanese men and women in their twenties hold cryptocurrencies.
It has been nine years since virtual currency was born in this world. In the last nine years, cryptocurrencies have gone through valleys and valleys.
It's true that cryptocurrencies have created many “billions” of people, while others may have been hacked and lost their assets.
Recently, regulations on cryptocurrencies have become stricter, and countries around the world are urgently required to respond.
Cryptocurrencies are also an immature industry.
As we mature, there are many barriers to overcome.
I believe that there is a need for valuable and reliable information so that each person involved in cryptocurrency can protect their assets and manage their assets more efficiently.
Everyone at Coin girls has great potential for the future of cryptocurrency.
At Coin girls, each member studies cryptocurrencies and sometimes holds study sessions and tea ceremonies, and enjoys engaging in cryptocurrencies.
Based on the experience born of such members' involvement, I would like to convey useful information about cryptocurrency to as many people as possible.