Although women are making some inroads into skilled trades, just 1 in 10 apprentices are women and most of those are concentrated in female-dominated trades such as hairstylist or esthetician. Experts say that needs to change in order to meet demand for skilled workers.
As you may know, the situation in the US regarding regulatory issues is quite sensitive, and with the presidential campaign coming up, bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are becoming a hot topic for the presidential candidates.
What are your thoughts on Andrew Yang? We have a campaign here to see if CNN will let him speak for more than 5 minutes during the presidential debate, but unsure if it will pass given that there are many candidates on the list. So far he's shown a lot of support for more clear regulation for cryptocurrency, and IMO it's helpful for the ecosystem if we can have the political leaders have this issue on their agenda. The only way for us to do that is to make it aware that we want them discussing and actively talking about it, and support those that are in favor of it.
We know that Trump isn't a big fan of cryptocurrency, and not sure if his opinion will change in the future.
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