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Jeanhee Kim

Jeanhee Kim is senior editor for lists, rankings and special projects. She is a veteran journalist and special projects editor who launched the Forbes Asia inaugural 100 to Watch in 2021, Forkast.News' Blockchain in Asia series, and edited the Crain's New York Business 40 Under 40, Fast 50 and Most Powerful Women. She has previously worked for Forbes Asia, Forkast.News, Crain's New York Business, FamilyMoney.com, Oxygen Media's ka-Ching.com, and Money magazine as an editor, producer or reporter. Her family owns BTC, ETH, SOL and CARD above the $1,000 threshold.

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What It Takes to Get a Job in Crypto
CoinDesk asked a variety of crypto professionals how they got their foot in the door in the industry. This piece is part of CoinDesk’s Future of Work Week.
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Survey: Market Downturn Hasn't Chilled Optimism About Crypto Jobs
A CoinDesk survey finds the majority of employees in the industry feel secure in their positions. This post is part of CoinDesk's Future of Work Week.
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Mona Is Building a Limitless Metaverse
The creator platform – a finalist in the Consensus Pitch Fest this week – has no end of land for sale and charges no fees for participation.
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Consensus Festival Guide: Creator Summit, NFTs and Music
What not to miss this week at Consensus if you're into crypto-related creativity. We have you covered!
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Power, Privacy and China’s Digital Currency
Everyone knows money has value. But does it also have “values”? Third part in a special series by Forkast News.
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The New Silk Road: A Special Report
How China’s deployment of the digital yuan intertwines economics, geopolitics and concrete and virtual infrastructure, from Cambodia to the Caribbean. Part II in a series.
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China Bets on the Blockchain: A Special Report
Long before most other nations, the Asian superpower saw the potential in Bitcoin’s underlying tech to spawn the next internet and a new form of money. First in a series.
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