Watch Our Virtual Event with Chainalysis
On September 9th, PowerToFly partnered with Chainalysis to present and interactive virtual networking event featuring several women leaders at this groundbreaking startup. Backed by Benchmark, Accel Partners, and other leading names in venture capital, Chainalysis offers cryptocurrency investigation and compliance solutions to global law enforcement agencies, regulators, and businesses as they work together to fight illicit cryptocurrency activity.
Speakers from Chainalysis included:
- Betsy Bevilacqua, Vice President, Information Security
- Debra Brown, Vice President, Sales, Americas
- Hannah Curtis, Lead Product Manager, Data
- Jaclyn Mack, Vice President, People
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