Power Ledger co-founder Jemma Green wins major award

The chair and co-founder of Australian cryptocurrency start-up Power Ledger has received significant national recognition.

Dr Jemma Green, a former investment banker, took out the FinTech category at the 2018 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards.


Dr Jemma Green at the National Entrepreneur of the Year awards on October 32, 2018


“What a night!” Dr Green said on Twitter.

”Honoured to win the #Fintech category at @EY_Australia’s National Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

”Congratulations to all finalists innovating in their field. Met many inspiring people.”

The award comes just days after Power Ledger took out the top prize at the 2018 Extreme Tech challenge on Richard Branson’s Necker Island.

Dr Jemma Green is considered a leading authority in the Blockchain space and brings more than 15 years experience in finance and risk advisory. Dr Green worked in investment banking in London for 11 years and has served the City of Perth as both a councillor and Acting Lord Mayor.

Earlier in 2017, Dr Green was named Australia’s ‘most influential blockchain pioneer’ in an article by micky.com.au 

– This article first appeared on Micky.com.au, Australia’s leading destination for cryptocurrency and blockchain news. You can read the original article here.