Dina Dzanic is a crypto enthusiast and web3 content writer. Currently she serves as a mentor in the Bitcoin Talents Program, which is organized by the Frankfurt School of Blockchain. She aims to enhance the accessibility and understanding of blockchain technology for a broader audience.
She has a Master’s degree in Law, with a special focus on human rights. She firmly believes that blockchain and bitcoin can offer many opportunities for improving human rights and their protection, starting from financial inclusion, enhanced freedom of expression to identity and privacy protection.
Always keen to research more, she previously participated in two programs organized by the Frankfurt School of Blockchain: Bitcoin Talents Program and DLT Talents program, and various courses and workshops aimed at increasing knowledge and unlocking the potential of the blockchain technology, such as Introduction to Digital Currencies program by University of Nicosia. When she is not blockchaining, you can find her in the realms of front-end web development and cyberpunk art.