Durban Bitcoin Seminar Aims At Educating South Africans on Crypto Opportunities

Durban Bitcoin Seminar Aims At Educating South Africans on Crypto Opportunities

BitClub is organizing a free Bitcoin seminar in Durban to educate the public about the immense benefits that Bitcoin offers to the global community. Scheduled for Jan. 14 at the Belaire Suites Hotel in Durban, South Africa, the seminar is geared towards creating a better understanding of Bitcoin by the public. The seminar is the first in a series of Bitcoin seminars the club has lined up for the various provinces in South Africa. BitClub is a network of professionals who have come together to support Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Misconceptions. "We want to reach every South....


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