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Myrtle Anne Ramos

Founder CEOBlock Tides

Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

Member Since May 2023


Marketing Management
Public Relations


Myrtle Anne Ramos has helped hundreds of companies to benefit and transform their businesses to disrupt, adjust, or scale by utilizing the latest technological tools, and products or helping to build from scratch. Filipina serial entrepreneur and an angel investor. She is the Founder and CEO of multi-awarded world-class companies, Block Tides she raised over $20+ million in total for seed, private, and sales with many projects over 12 years of experience in technology, advisory, branding, marketing, public relations, business development, and growth. Started in Blockchain, Web 3, Cryptocurrency & Metaverse in 2016. Myrtle Anne Ramos is the founder of the Award Winning Blockchain, Crypto, Defi, NFT, IoT, AI, and Metaverse PR Firm Block Tides (Marketing, Growth Hacking, Sales, Social Media Management, Giving opportunities to people, Media Distribution Services, Investor Relations, Public Relations) Official Member of Forbes Business Council, Official Influencer of CoinMarketCap. A scholar graduate of Draper University for Blockchain & Entrepreneurship powered by Tezos. She is currently an advisor for many Blockchain and Tech companies. Myrtle Anne Ramos is a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur who works tirelessly to create success for herself and the communities she touches. She is passionate about creating a positive impact on the world through innovation, collaboration, hard work, and determination. Her professional career has included managing international companies, leading philanthropic projects, serving on nonprofit boards, and volunteering in her local community. Myrtle has a talent for inspiring and motivating others with her infectious positivity and willingness to help, while constantly challenging her peers to strive for excellence. Her journey has been one of tenacity and unwavering faith in the power of making a difference in the world. Myrtle Anne Ramos is also a revolutionary creative who works to bring people and nature back together. With a passion for creating beautiful things and helping people reconnect with their environment and each other, her projects touch on topics ranging from environmental justice to art-making. By using sustainable practices and materials to create works of art, Myrtle Anne encourages a deeper connection with the environment and reminds us of our shared responsibility as custodians of the planet. From urban gardening to participatory art projects and social entrepreneurship, Myrtle Anne is dedicated to creating a movement that brings art, people, and nature together. Myrtle Anne Ramos is a Brand and Marketing Strategist who partners with CEOs, executives, and solopreneurs to grow their personal and professional brands, human-to-human. After spending nearly a decade working in tech, PR, and marketing for multimillion-dollar brands and startups, Myrtle knows what drives conversions, sold-out launches, and Global interviews. Myrtle has landed coverage in print and broadcast outlets worldwide, including The Manila Times, Bloomberg, Cointelegraph, Benzinga, Tech Times,, and many more. In addition to her extensive PR and marketing experience, Myrtle is a trained business coach.

Published content

10 ways traditional companies can benefit from partnering with blockchain projects

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Leaders of traditional companies across industries may be hearing a lot about the unique versatility and security of blockchain technology and wondering what role it could play in their own businesses. With many pundits proclaiming Web3 and decentraIization to be the future of business and financial transactions, there is likely a sense of urgency behind at least better understanding the possible benefits. Rather than striking out on its own, a traditional company might benefit from partnering with a well-matched blockchain project, whose leaders can offer expertise not only in the underlying technology, but also in the best ways to leverage it. Below, 10 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle discuss ways traditional companies — and their blockchain partners — could benefit from teaming up.

13 developments that could kindle the public's interest in the crypto industry

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A combination of trends already underway and deliberate industry action could lead to crypto’s watershed moment in terms of public adoption. For many, the crypto industry feels as though it's hovering on the brink. It attracts high-profile attention and headlines; yet widespread public interest and adoption haven't yet followed.  There may be a variety of factors giving the public pause, ranging from stories of misconduct by bad actors to simply a lack of understanding of the industry's technology, philosophy and potential. But is it possible some significant trend or development could tip the scales in crypto's favor? Below, 13 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle speculate about some of the factors and events they believe could lead to a groundswell of interest in the crypto industry among the general public.

16 tips to help blockchains companies refine their marketing messages

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Blockchain companies aren’t just selling themselves; they’re also selling the industry’s technology and principles as a whole.  Word about blockchain technology’s benefits has penetrated the global marketplace, so now’s the time for blockchain businesses to begin deliberately refining and sharing their marketing messages. Like other service businesses, blockchain companies have to find effective ways to explain why their service in particular is the right choice for a potential client’s unique needs. However, unlike service companies in other industries, in many cases, blockchain leaders will be marketing a service that B2B clients may be intrigued by but don’t understand well. Marketing a business always takes a lot of hustle, and blockchain technologies will likely need to blend traditional marketing methods focused on their own unique benefits with new strategies to make B2B clients outside the industry excited about what blockchain can do. Below, 16 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share tips to help blockchain companies improve their marketing strategies to attract and land potential clients.

12 things blockchain protocols should consider when exploring AI

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Blockchain protocols can’t (and shouldn’t) ignore AI’s potential, but it’s important to implement it with caution and care. Across industries, it seems all anyone is talking about is artificial intelligence. Even companies that aren’t tech-forward are scrambling to discover how AI works and what it could do for them. Given the impact AI is predicted to make, it’s hardly surprising that blockchain protocols — part of an industry that is decidedly tech-forward — are exploring what role(s) AI could play for them. From data analysis to improving scalability to fostering interoperability, AI could prove to be a powerful tool in the arsenal of blockchain protocols. Still, it’s essential to carefully review not only all the potential benefits, but also the possible complications. Below, 12 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle discuss some of the things blockchain protocols should consider as they begin exploring AI.

13 DeFi leading practices CeFi companies would be wise to emulate

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To better meet the changing needs and demands of users, CeFi companies should take a close look at what makes DeFi companies appealing. While there are inherent strengths to be found in both centralized finance and decentralized finance companies, there are certain areas in which DeFi shines, including user empowerment, transparency and reach. While customers may be drawn to CeFi’s perceived security and strength advantages, in an increasingly digital, global economy, if CeFi companies can’t keep up with the user expectations being set by DeFi technologies and protocols, their advantages may come to count for less among younger users and markets (or even disappear altogether). To avoid a slow slide into irrelevance — and to better serve their current users — DeFi companies should take a look at the aspects of CeFi consumers find most appealing. Below, 13 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share a few of the leading DeFi practices CeFi companies would be wise to emulate.

10 industry insiders’ tips for devs who are new to blockchain coding

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If they start in the right place and leverage the many available resources, devs new to blockchain can become thriving community members. Tech developers looking for a new challenge may well be turning their attention to blockchain. The space is still fresh enough that a newcomer can get in on the ground floor of exciting new developments and take their place among industry pioneers. However, devs who are used to being “tech gurus” may hesitate at the threshold, uncertain where to begin their professional journey with blockchain. And there’s no doubt there’s important homework to be done before leaping in. Below, 10 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share some tips for curious developers who are new to blockchain coding and programming but want to join the growing professional community.

Company details

Block Tides


Media & Entertainment

Area of focus

Public Relations
Business Development

Company size

11 - 50