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Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Kathleen Breitman, co-founder of Tezos, poses for a photograph in Mountain View, California, U.S., on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. Breitman, the San Francisco-based co-founder behind Tezos, which made news for infighting after a $232 million initial coin offering in July, said things are improving for women as the industry grows and becomes more professional. Photographer: Michael Short/Bloomberg via Getty Images