Black Blockchain Consultants is helping a million black people find jobs in the blockchain sector, start and grow blockchain-powered businesses, invest in the blockchain sector, and grow wealth.
On July 29, Black Blockchain Consultants announced they were collaborating with SIMBA Chain via an enterprise licensing deal. The goal of the deal with SIMBA Chain is to expand national memberships including blockchain leaders, entrepreneurs, and students in the Black community. SIMBA Chain is a blockchain disrupter, located in South Bend, Indiana.
About Black Blockchain Consultants
Black Blockchain Consultants (BBC) was founded in 2018 together with a sister organization called The Center for Blockchain Studies. The goal of these two organizations is to empower their members to take part in the early adoption of the blockchain. They believe that this will have a positive impact on the financial future of the African American community and people of color.
According to Talisha Shine, cofounder of BBC, SIMBA Chain will be an important enabler for the African American Community and her own startups. Shine, who is a healthcare professional, said that the blockchain would help to recreate how the financial world and other industries operate.
Shine added that when Black Blockchain Consultants was formed, it was not a community of people working in the coding world. It featured a group of experts from various fields that saw the benefits blockchain technology could provide African Americans. She added that they were deliberate in picking a partner that was agile and comprehensive to grow with them. Besides that, they wanted to find a partner with the passion and experience to apply Blockchain technology.
What The SIMNA Chain CEO Had to Say
Joel Neidig, the CEO of SIMBA Chain, congratulated Black Blockchain Consultants on their grand visions. Besides that, he congratulated them on the positive impact they were having on the black community and the blockchain industry. He added that they had been in contact with BBC for a while and they were honored to have been entrusted to help the group realize their vision.
According to Kecia Waddell, the Executive Director of BBC, the education component of SIMBA Chain was an important factor during the selection process. Waddell holds a doctorate in Instructional Technology.
According to Waddell, they have over 100 members nationally and these members vary in age. All of the members enjoy learning about blockchain, and identifying ways to apply it in the real world. Besides that, they educate others on blockchain technology and use it to build businesses. The Executive director noted that SIMBA Chain had been extremely involved in the development of an online curriculum for beginners in the blockchain sector. In addition, they had helped provide deep-dive support for advanced users.
After the deal, the SIMBA Chain platform has become available to “Inner Circle” members of the Black Blockchain Consultants that are working on prototype DApps. Besides that, Inner Circle members will receive benefits such as discounts on courses and certification. Additionally, they get to become part of the talent pipeline for firms looking for people with blockchain experience.
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