Even in new field like cryptocurrencies and blockchain, women are stepping up and making it possible to provide unparalleled access to technology, data, and control regardless of location, status or identity.
PALO ALTO, Calif. (PRWEB) December 12, 2018
Amberdata, a provider of enterprise-grade solutions for blockchain monitoring and crypto intelligence, announced today its COO and co-founder Tongtong Gong has been named one of CloudNOW's 2018 Top Women Entrepreneurs in Cloud Innovation. The awards, sponsored by Facebook, Intel and Google, recognizes outstanding cloud and emerging technology projects led by women who have used technology to solve real world business problems and contribute to community in a significant way.
"It’s an absolute honor to be recognized among this group of amazing and daring women, who inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more," Tongtong said. "I hope to encourage and demonstrate that even in new field like cryptocurrencies and blockchain, women are stepping up and making it possible to provide unparalleled access to technology, data, and control regardless of location, status or identity.”
Tongtong Gong, who co-founded Amberdata as the first advanced blockchain analytics platform. The SaaS platform provides live monitoring and insights, token metrics, smart contract security audits, anomaly detection, graph visualization as well as full Ethereum blockchain search. Since launch, Amberdata delivered blockchain investors, researchers and developer communities unprecedented access to blockchain key performance data and cryptocurrency insights. They have recently release Data API to make blockchain data easily accessible to all.
"This year's awards mark a significant shift in the industry with the proliferation of women entrepreneurs who are stepping up and leading venture-funded technology companies," said Jocelyn DeGance Graham, founder of CloudNOW. "We applaud the achievements of our winners, and thank them for blazing trails for diversity, inclusion and entrepreneurship."
The CloudNOW award ceremony will be hosted on January 29th at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California. The 7th annual awards are presented by CloudNOW, the executive consortium for leading women in cloud and converging technologies, in partnership with Office of the Cloud, a nonprofit cloud leadership initiative sponsored by Kaizen Technologies, and TechStars, the worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed.