Olayinka Odeniran, the founder and chairwoman
of the Black Women Blockchain Council (BWBC), aims to onboard half a million black women onto blockchain technology through her membership community by 2030. Olayinka desires to create a place where black women can learn, explore and dive deeper into what
makes blockchain unique.
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