Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesMichael Short — Bloomberg via Getty Images
At the time of the Tezos ICO last summer, the blockchain company set a new record for so-called “initial coin offerings,” raising $232 million. After a turbulent year in which lawsuit drama hamstrung development, Breitman is finally through the woods. Her firm launched an early, test version of the Tezos network, one of the crypto industry’s most highly anticipated projects, last month.
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