Toni Lane Casserly, the co-founder of leading cryptocurrency media Cointelegraph, has passed away in Texas, several reports confirmed today.
According to recent updates on Twitter and Facebook by her dad, close friends, and crypto proponents on Wednesday, Casserly had been unwell and unreachable for some time and was reported dead on Tuesday night.
Toni is the co-founder of the renowned CoinTelegraph, a blockchain expert, prominent public speaker, advisor of a number of successful projects, including Tether, and to top it off a wonderful person.
Toni Lane has a great deal of expertise in the blockchain sphere and beyond. Her body of work includes co-founding CoinTelegraph, BitNation & Cultu.re, advising renowned projects as Tether and Propy, to speaking at Tedx, SingularityU, and an array of crypto conferences worldwide.
It was because of her enthusiasm for Bitcoin and blockchain technology that she was given several names such as “The Joan of Arc of Blockchain” and “Young Star of Bitcoin” by her friends and various publications.
Casserly also used Bitcoin in some of her humanitarian works such as using it as a tool to provide aid during the Ebola virus crisis in Sierra Leone.
She may have passed away, but the legacy she left behind in the industry will continue to be remembered for a really long time
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