An interview with Jillian Godsil from EOS Dublin- Women in crypto, journalism, EOS Dublin

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Published on September 13, 2019

I had the pleasure to sit down with Jillian Godsil one of my favorite crypto media icons and a member of the board on EOS Dublin. Jillian is a fantastic writer, a great conversationalist, and an all-around impressive woman. One of my faves.

In this interview, we break down a lot about the space, the future and just about everything in between. A great conversation to a fantastic contributor in the space. Make sure you check out her links and podcasts below and give some strong consideration to EOS Dublin who is doing a fantastic job with education and engagement in the space.



Blockchain Advocate, Founder, Conference Chair, Women in Blockchain Advocate, Keynote Speaker, Crypto Journalist, Broadcaster, CEO, Writer, Homelessness Advocate, Former European Parliament Candidate, Law Changer, Mother, Choir Member, Hill Walker, Dreamer
Jillian has held senior positions with global PR companies in Sydney, Singapore, London and Dublin. She was PRO of Iona Technologies (Ireland’s first company to float on NASDAQ). She changed the law in Ireland in 2014 and is a former European Parliamentary candidate (as an independent).

She is a co founder and journalist in the She freelances for Irish Tech News, Irish Central, The Irish Independent and The Irish Times. She has her own radio shows on DublinCityFM and EastCoastFM. Her first job after graduating from Trinity College was as a systems analyst with JP Morgan.

She is an advisor to a number of ICOs, has been named a Crypto Queen by In Zero Conferences as well as listed in the 50 most influential women in the global blockchain rollcall. She is named amongst the top 10 people in Blockchain in Ireland. She was voted into the top 20 global Hedera Hashgraph Ambassadors in 2018.

She is a board member of the US Blockchain Association and of EOS Dublin. She is CEO of Blocknubie.

She has been shortlisted for the Image Business Woman of Year and also shortlisted for Woman of the Year by Women in IT.

She keynotes and chairs blockchain events around the world – including Kiev, Austin, Muscat, Columbo, Dublin and London.

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EOS Dublin links



  1. Supremax67

    7:50 unfortunately that argument is no longer valid, since November 14th 2018, many projects are not mine-able from home, thus taking "ordinary" people out of the equation. A first glimpse of how an intended decentralized technology is showing its ugly roots into centralization.

    The solution does exist, but not with anything like Bitcoin or EOS for that matter. Unless having a single block producer able to make decisions without general consensus is considered decentralized in your book?

    As for the reference to regular folks able to make money, that option always existed, blockchain only added 1 possibility out of 100 hundreds pre-existing. It is actually a fact, that more regular folks lost money with blockchain than actually made with it. Everyone shares success stories, but people rarely come forward with their shame.

    We need something better than what is currently out there, we need to stop dreaming that blockchain is the solution and think beyond that. Did people stop at horse carriage for methods of transportation?

  2. Kenny

    Awesome interview!

  3. Michael McGuire

    What is your all-time favorite song by The Dubliners

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