Marija Matic

| Crypto Income Analyst

Superyield Hunter

A recent report by the World Economic Forum shows the gender gap will take 135 years to close, and according to CoinTelegraph, it is especially pronounced in fields like blockchain.

Marija Matić is an excellent example of how that gap can best be closed.

She was a fashion model. She also graduated from one of the top business schools in the world — the London School of Economics. On top of that, she’s also got a master’s degree in banking. Plus, she’s finishing up her PhD, also in banking.

But most important, Marija is a master superyield hunter, delivering a regular series of double- and triple-digit-yield opportunities for our members.  She's equally adept at explaining these multi-step processes simply and clearly for investors who want to explore this relatively uncharted, and therefore fertile, area of the major crypto exchanges and blockchains.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in business from The London School of Economics and Political Science and a master’s degree in banking and financial management from the University of Business Studies of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Marija regularly attends crypto conferences, including Harvard’s Blockchain @ Boston, and has appeared on the BBC to discuss the tokenization of real-world assets.

At Weiss Ratings, she is the editor of Crypto Yield Hunter, where she helps members target outsized DeFi yields, and a regular contributor to Weiss Crypto Daily.

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