The case for Bitcoin Backed Loans in Africa

Speaker

Bernard Parah

CEO Bitnob

About This Webinar

As an emerging technology, Blockchain could have potentially important implications for boosting gender inclusivity especially in the tech sector. But there is one problem: data shows there are fewer female entrepreneurs in the Bitcoin industry than in other tech sectors. Data has also shown women only make up some 3.5% of Bitcoin users and investors.

While Blockchain is percieved as a frontier for financial inclusion, Inclusion won’t be complete if one gender is left behind in the adoption of Blockchain technology and Bitcoin.

In honor of  the IWD 2021, Join Us on Wednesday the 10th of March as we discuss with Anne, a seasoned researcher in the Blockchain ecosystem opportunities for women in Blockchain as well as getting started with investing in Bitcoin as a female.  

Bernard Parah

CEO Bitnob

We really care about giving everyone having access to alternative forms for money and also those who want to participate in wealth building. A wealthier people is one thing we are eager to help make happen. Bitcoin is one of the best ways to make that journey possible for many of us, and together we will do it

We really care about giving everyone having access to alternative forms for money and also those who want to participate in wealth building. A wealthier people is one thing we are eager to help make happen. Bitcoin is one of the best ways to make that journey possible for many of us, and together we will do it

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