Bitcoin DADA Receives $10,000 BTC Boost from Samara Asset Group
The donation in Bitcoin is intended to help Bitcoin DADA launch new educational initiatives and programs as it expands its offerings.
By Anna B Kiwanuka
Kenya’s Bitcoin DADA, an organization dedicated to educating African women about Bitcoin, has received a generous donation of $10,000 in BTC from the Samara Asset Group. This donation comes as part of Samara Asset Group’s commitment to supporting blockchain-based businesses and crypto assets, with a global customer base.
Samara Asset Group firmly believes in a future where financial empowerment knows no boundaries of gender, race, or location. Their contribution to Bitcoin DADA reflects this vision, demonstrating their commitment to a more inclusive and decentralized financial landscape. The donation in Bitcoin is intended to help Bitcoin DADA launch new educational initiatives and programs as it expands its offerings.
Bitcoin DADA emphasizes that Bitcoin education holds numerous advantages for women, including enhanced financial empowerment and improved access to financial services. Through understanding the technology and practical applications of Bitcoin, African women can gain greater financial autonomy.
The Bitcoin DADA program, currently in its fourth class, has already successfully trained two cohorts of students, with 45 graduates to date. In addition to their educational efforts, they organize Bitcoin-exclusive meetups in Nairobi, Kenya, have facilitated the integration of Bitcoin as a payment option for some students’ businesses, and have provided job recommendations to students interested in working with Bitcoin companies.
Lorraine Marcel Atieno, Founder of Bitcoin DADA, expressed her gratitude for Samara’s generous support, recognizing it as a significant step toward empowering African women. She emphasized that this contribution will further their mission to educate, uplift, and inspire women not only in Kenya but across the entire continent, ultimately fostering a brighter future for African females. Atieno praised Samara for being a steadfast supporter of this empowering journey.