3 Nigerians and a South African appointed to board of Twitter founder of Jay-Z’s Bitcoin Trust

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has appointed three Nigerians and a South African to head his and Jay-Z’s bitcoin trust “B-Trust”.

Dorsey made the announcement on Twitter as he congratulated the newly appointed heads.

Ojoma Ochai, Abubakar Nur Khalil, Obi Nwosu and Carla Kirk-Cohen are the four Africans who will be at the helm of B-Trust.

B-Trust is an endowment fund of 500 Bitcoins which amount to over $20 million. The endowment fund is to to develop the Bitcoin industry in Africa and parts of Asia.

Spotlight fell on Abubakar Nur Khalil who is a twenty-year Bitcoin core contributor. He posted on his Twitter how grateful he was for the opportunity.

Jack added a link where anyone could follow-up on BTrust’s progress.

Congratulations, to the new heads of BTrust. May the job you do create positive impact in the lives of many.





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