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Bringing Cryptocurrency To Women Worldwide Cryptomoms Launches 3 Million DNotes Giveaway

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The official launch of Cryptomoms.com will begin with a huge give away of up to 3 million DNotes. Cryptomoms.com’s mission is to address the huge gender imbalance seen in the world of cryptocurrencies today.

April 16, 2014 /MM-BitcoinPR/ —

The fact that the emerging world of cryptocurrency is overwhelmingly dominated by men has never been in dispute. As of April 2014, surveys show that currently the male to female ratio is 19:1, or 95% (male) to 5% (female). This troubling gender imbalance has been voiced by women’s advocates and discussed in different Bitcoin forums; but until now a highly focused and dedicated effort to change the playing field has been lacking.

Developed and fully funded by the same team who created DNotes, Cryptomoms.com officially launched today in the Mid-West, USA; aiming to bridge the gender gap as clearly articulated in their mission statement:

“Cryptomoms.com is a digital community center with a dedicated mission to encourage and assist women to participate in the emerging world of crypto currency overwhelmingly dominated by men. We begin by creating a culture of mutual respect for women with genuine efforts to help them acquire the basic knowledge about digital currency along with many earning opportunities. We will relentlessly pursue to accomplish our mission through multiple campaigns and outreach projects and invite the participation of our industry peers and advocates to join force with us. We will set very specific quantifiable goals and sponsor creditable surveys to measure our achievement against those goals. For the common good of our industry we are committed to make a difference.”

The Cryptomoms forum is already buzzing with great enthusiasm and excitement. In a matter of days one can feel that a new culture is born. There is a great a sense of a family atmosphere, where everyone is genuinely excited to welcome new members, helping, teaching and inspiring each other.

While both men and women are welcome, there is a sense that there is some kind of super “girl power” taking charge that could change the male dominated world of cryptocurrency forever.

The official launch of Cryptomoms.com will begin with a huge give away of up to 3 million DNotes. Participants who register and participate in the forum will be sent 250 DNotes to their wallet address. In anticipation that many will be new to the digital currency world Cryptomoms supporters will be on stand by to help. The site is already fully loaded with instructions and tutorial videos. For beginners, it is also recommended that they simply open an account with an exchange where DNotes is currently listed which includes Allcoin and Poloniex.

A spokesman from DNotes commented that for digital currency to become truly mainstream the huge gender imbalance must be corrected, as women control more than 50% of consumer purchasing power. He elaborated that DNotes is positioned as a serious digital currency, with a strong commitment to generating trust and support for its stake holders. In a never ending journey to build asset value for their stake holders: Cryptomoms.com is the first of many ambitious web properties planned by the Dnotes team.

To learn more about Dnotes please go to: http://dnotescoin.com

For more information about us, please visit http://cryptomoms.com

Contact Info:
Name: Alan Yong
Email: contact@cryptomoms.com
Organization: Cryptomoms

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