Women-centric communities across diverse genres including Indian Expats in Dubai, UrbanDesiWomen NFT, Women Social Ahmedabad, Multitasking Mommies, Stree Rides, Wondrous Women, We for Women, along with many others have joined coto to continue conversations on entrepreneurship, empowerment, parenting, mental health, safety, and more.
Coto is a web3 based social community platform envisions building a trustworthy, transparent, and decentralized world where women hold the power to make a difference.
“Being part of a thriving and supportive community has the potential to bring out the best in each one of us as women. We are delighted that some of the most vibrant women’s communities from across interest areas have chosen coto as their platform to come together,” said Aparna Acharekar, Co-Founder, coto.
In addition to women professionals, experts and social media influencers building their communities on coto, the platform has become home to a multitude of women’s communities that existed on Web2 platforms or as offline communities. Unique communities built around common interests such as travelling, trekking, art, personal finance to parenting groups and support groups to those that discuss mental and sexual wellbeing, diverse communities have chosen coto as their destination to interact freely without any judgement.
“Women bike riders are usually looked down upon, as a bike is considered mainly a man’s vehicle. Our community on coto is meant for all women bikers to express their passion for riding, share their travel experiences freely and safely, in a no judgement space,” said Hyderabad-based Archana Chigullapally who runs a community of women bikers called StreeRides shares,
Coto offers community creators an opportunity to not only build a network in a free and safe space but to also monetize by creating paid communities, offering paid services or through social commerce. It also gives a platform and opportunity to community creators who build spaces and trigger conversations, and to their members who get a chance to engage in peer-to-peer interactions and earn rewards.
Dubai-based Anul Mundra who runs a vibrant community Indian Expats in Dubai, said, “Living in a new city can be quite an overwhelming experience. This community gives an opportunity to Indians living in Dubai to network and seek opportunities and nurture their entrepreneurial spirit.” Presilla Sadhoe, Founder, NFT community UrbanDesiWomen said, “Women account for only around 5% of NFT artists in the world and there is a clear lack of diversity in this space. coto is sure to become the space where that change happens – an inclusive space offering value creation for all members.”
Dr. Pratibha Lakshmi, social activist and founder of We for Women, said, “There is a lot of scope for raising awareness around postpartum practices and maternity among women in India. The community on coto will ensure a safe space where women can ask questions and voice their concerns regarding them.”