International decentralized non-profit educational organization CryptoChicks is inviting everyone to join our fun event – CryptoChicks Bahamas Blockchain Hackathon.

We invite everyone who wants to learn blockchain technology from business and technical prospective. We focus on educating primarily women, but will also accept applications from men who wants to be our mentors. We need entrepreneurs, business analysts as well as software developers. Absolute beginners are welcome!

You will learn with a help of CryptoChicks and our sponsor BlockGeeks :

    • Introduction to CryptoEconomics
    • Introduction to Ethereum and Bitcoin
    • Tokens on blockchain
    • Smart Contracts
    • How to develop decentralized application on Ethereum
    • ERC20, ERC 827 and ERC 721 tokens
    • Basic Solidity course
    • Ethereum for Microsoft .Net Developers
    • How to run your own ICO using ERC20 token
    • How to design effective cryptoeconomics token models
    • How to program using different blockchain technologies and eco-systems
    • How to design and build your own blockchain business
    • Challenges and roadblocks in current blockchain techologies

    Don’t know what to expect? Watch this video from our previous hackathon and conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0uZCSUugaY&feature=youtu.be,

    All hackathon participants will get a free access to our educational program sponsored by BlockGeeks

    We also invite MENTORS to help our learners. If you are an experienced software developer and would like to help our women to code, please apply.

    Apply to sponsor:

    You have a great opportunity to support one of the very first blockchain educational programs in Bahamas and receive primary access to the talented blockchain developers. Get an  opportunity to run educational workshops for our learners and tell them about your business. Be the first to support our first CryptoChicks Bahamas Hackathon.

    Our Sponsors

    Our Presenters

    Elena Sinelnikova (CryptoChicks, Canada)
    Katarzhina Kaminska (Trivial.co, Poland)
    Naba Sadia Siddiqui (CryptoChicks, Canada)
    Harshita Arrora (Harshita Apps, USA)
    Zoe Adamovic (Neufund, Germany)
    Konstantin Borovik (CryptoChicks, Canada)
    Ted Waz (Opinion Blockchain, USA)
    Niloo Ravaei (BlockGeeks, Canada)
    Amanda B Johnson (Dash, USA)
    Tracy Leparulo (Untraceable, Canada)
    Dr. C Mohan (IBM, USA)
    Paige Bailey (Microsoft, USA)
    Dr. Rhea Mehta (Bowhead Health, Canada)
    Wendy Lee (Former Block.one, Canada)
    Arian Hopkins (KodakOne, Canada)
    Natalia Ameline (CryptoChicks, Canada)


    Elena Sinelnikova

    Elena Sinelnikova


    Software development team lead turned entrepreneur. She founded CryptoChicks.ca in July 2017 with the vision to empower and inspire women interested in learning about blockchain and cryptocurrencies. “Women are underrepresented in technology, especially in blockchain technology. I wanted to create a friendly environment where women with non-developer and developer backgrounds met other women with similar interests. I managed to inspire and involve many women who become blockchain evangelists themselves”. Elena holds a Master of Computer Science and her specialties are in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, application architecture, design and development.

    Natalia Ameline

    Natalia Ameline


    Natalia is a Senior Finance Executive with multi-industry experience. Her expertise is in strategic financial planning, decision support, operations management and change management. She holds Master’s degrees in Computer Science and Business Administration as well as CPA/CMA accounting designation. She is a co-founder of CryptoChicks and is inspired by its mission – to grow the industry and its adoption by engaging women. After attending multiple crypto events, she believes that “we have this incredible opportunity to gain further insight and innovation by tapping into the immense talent of women”. Natalia was introduced to Blockchain technology in 2014 and has been passionate about the industry since.

    Our Ambassadors

    People who represent CryptoChicks and carry on our mission in different parts of the World
    Rosalyn Brown

    Rosalyn Brown

    Rosalyn lives and works in Nassau, Bahamas and has 24 years’ experience in many aspects of the Bahamian Financial Services Industry. She is an Honours Graduate in Economics & Political Science from the University of Western Ontario and has completed Securities, Investment Finance and Financial Analyst courses in Ontario and attended several workshops and seminars in The Bahamas. A dedicated Rotarian, she has volunteered much of her spare time to issues and opportunities affecting children and young adults specifically education, obtaining scholarships and employment.
    Rosalyn was introduced to blockchain technology and cryptocurrenies during one of the first meetings of the CryptoChicks in Toronto, where she makes her second home. Currently she is active on Blockgeeks and involved with planning the first Hackathon in The Bahamas. Rosalyn wishes to actively educate Bahamians in the uses of blockchain technology, as a way to quickly develop usable software technologies, and to locate new areas for innovation and funding in The Bahamas.

    Rhonda Eldridge

    Rhonda Eldridge

    Rhonda Eldridge has over a career of 25 years become known for high impact results at leading financial institutions, including PwC, ABN Amro (Fortis) and UBS, holding country and regional MD titles. She is currently Head of Strategy, Americas, for Gecko Governance an award winning RegTech Blockchain solution provider, launching its Gecko Crypto1 token. Rhonda is the first female member of Young Presidents’ Organization Bahamas, a founding member of Alliance Française des Bahamas, the Breakfast Rotary Club (Bahamas), was named a Pioneering Woman by the Bahamas Handbook in 2002 and is passionate about children’s and social impact causes. She is founder of HAP, a non-profit social enterprise, encouraging those disrupted in work to embrace an exponential mindset for 21st century engagement through Future of Work seminars, programs and discussion forums. Rhonda holds a business degree from Queen's University, Canada and is a chartered accountant.

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