Black Bitcoin Billionaire Club: DC Takeover Events (9.21.21 Update)

Be sure to join the Black Bitcoin Billionaire Family ONLINE on Sept 24, 2021 - Sept 25, 2021 for the Black Blockchain Summit. The Black Blockchain Summit has been changed to a 2 day virtual event due to COVID-19. The Black Blockchain Summit  brings together Blockchain enthusiasts and entrepreneurs to discuss the challenges faced by Black communities around the world. Find out more at

Also please note that we have updated the previously scheduled Black Bitcoin Billionaire events to outdoor locations so that they are COVID safe. The updated schedule has been provided below. For the folks joining us in Washington, DC, feel free to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and watch the Black Blockchain Summit with us at the Eaton Hotel Rooftop Bar. Join us on Friday, Sept 24th for the BBB Welcome Dinner on the Outdoor Patio of Busboys & Poets on K Street. And don't miss the Black Blockchain Summit Networking event on Saturday Sept 25th, which will be held from 6PM - 8PM on the Outdoor Patio of Barcode in Downtown, DC. We will be filming for the BBB YouTube channel during the Barcode event, so don't miss your chance to be a Black Bitcoin Billionaire YouTube STAR! Also if you plan to visit the National Museum of African American History & Culture, please use the link to reserve free same day passes. Pass reservations open at 8:15 am. Masks are required in the NMAAHC museum at all times.

We hope to see you online or in Washington, DC! If you have any questions please reach out to Charlene Fadirepo (@charfadirepo via the Clubhouse back channel.) Scroll below for the updated BBB itinerary and a few helpful resources for any BBB out of town guests!

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