Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET), Rubyist, Agilist, blockchain adventurer, vegetarian, and runner – these are just among a few terms to describe Rhian Lewis.
And that’s just the beginning…
Rhian is the former digital journalist at @thetimes.co.uk, co-developer of the altcoin portfolio tracker CountMyCrypto, and co-host of London Women in Bitcoin. She has been named to the CoinFilter list of Top 40 Women in Bitcoin and more recently in the Richtopia Top 100 Fintech Insiders list.
She lives between London, Berlin and Devon where she’s engaged in a life of building things, testing things, writing things and doing cryptocurrency things, in roughly equal measure. These days, she’s providing blockchain consultancy services to Yope! Blockchain Development and B9Lab. In her spare time she blogs (mainly) about blockchain at medium.com/@rhian_is. And as though her life is not busy enough, she is in the throes of a new startup called Mamoru that allows everyday users a way to mark their valuables with their own digital identity, codifying proof of ownership to the Ethereum blockchain.
BTCManager recently had the chance to talk with Rhian about her fast-paced journey as well as the future of Blockchain technology from her own