Blockchain for good, 2020 trends to watch with Jillian Godsil crypto diva, blockchain visionary


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Interesting conversation with Jillian Godsil, Blockchain Chair, Keynote, Journalist, Broadcaster, CEO, Writer, Former European Parliament Candidate, Law Changer. We discuss her own voyage of discovery to reach the place of experience and influence that she now holds. Named 2020 Blockchain Journalist of the year at Awarded 2019 Blockchain Journalist at CC Forum London Named as one of the top 100 Blockchain leaders globally by Lattice80 Short listed for the 2019 IMRO national radio awards Named as one of the 50 Most Influential Women In Blockchain, Jillian has held senior positions with global PR companies in Sydney, Singapore, London and Dublin. She was PRO of Iona Technologies (Ireland’s first company to float on NASDAQ). She changed the law in Ireland in 2014 and is a former European Parliamentary candidate (as an independent). She is a co founder and journalist in the She freelances for Irish Tech News, Irish Central, The Irish Independent and The Irish Times. She has her own radio shows on DublinCityFM and EastCoastFM. Her first job after graduating from Trinity College was as a systems analyst with JP Morgan. She is advisor to a number of ICOs, has been named a Crypto Queen by In Zero Conferences as well as listed in the 50 most influential women in the global blockchain rollcall. She is a board member of EOS Dublin. She keynotes and chairs blockchain events around the world – including Kiev, Austin, Muscat, Columbo, Dublin, Dubai, Amsterdam, Malta and London She has been featured in Al Jazeera, Russia Today, BBC2 Newsnight, UK Telegraph, RTE, TV3, Huffington Post, New York Times The Irish Times, Vogue Italia and the Irish Independent amongst other publications.

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