Blockchain African Ladies (BAL) – a women’s blockchain educational group will be holding her second Blockchain event – Blocktech Women Conference in Accra-Ghana come August 23 – 24.
The event which is themed “Blockchain: A Tech Tool For Financial Independence” and billed to train attendees on various aspects of the Blockchain tech as well as directing the consciousness of African Women towards the utilising and profiting from emerging technologies.
“The Conference is featuring 80% of renowned African & Foreign female blockchain experts as speakers. This is deliberate as to aiding focus of the consciousness of African women towards the low hanging fruits of the blockchain technology. The conference will attract all African women, especially women in cooperate, social and religious organisations as well as the fintech and blockchain industry,” says Doris Ojuederie, BAL Founder.
“This groundbreaking conference will offer practical trainings on Blockchain DApps Development, Cryptocurrency Trading, Entrepreneurship Skill Set, and exposure on Personal/Business Branding. As the gathering wouldn’t be the usual theoretical conference,” reiterates Ojuederie.
Some of our kenote speakers include:
The Renowned Lindsay Nuon from USA who is the Founder and CEO of Women of Color in Blockchain, Inc (WCB) USA with great enthusiasm about raising global female Blockchain experts. Come hear Eman.
Also at our Speaking list is US-based Tavonia Evans, a Crypto Evangelist and diligent supporter of the black ecosystem (black owned businesses and institutions).
The Conference also features The Iron Lady, Alakanani Itireleng, CEO of Satoshi Centre Bostwana. Alakanani is actively championing the course of blockchain Adoption in Botswana. She who has won an award of excellence in Blockchain incubation facilities at the Global Blockchain Congress recently in South Africa is seen as one woman who has created a career path in Blockchain Ecosystem in Africa. Come and hear Alakanani.”
Africa’s Finest, Nawaf ABD, CEO at eBitcoinics and Regina Honu who is the CEO -Soronko Academy, both in Ghana will also be speaking at this groundbreaking conference. Attend to hear Nawaf and Regina speak and many other speakers.”
“The Blocktech conference (www.accra.blockchainladies.africa) will take place daily within the hours of 8 am and 5 pm on August 24th – 25th, 2019.” Doris concluded as she stated that the Blocktech Conference is open to both genders.
To attend the Blocktech Women Conference, get your tickets here