Crypto Chain University has appointed John Kamara, the director of Global Gaming Africa, to champion technological arts in African countries such as Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Rwanda, Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
“Kamara, an esteemed member of the exclusive ‘Ordre des Arts et Technologies’, has the support of University to champion technological arts and provide educational value to Africa region,” said Herbert Sim, founder of Crypto Chain University.
“In specific, the University is keen to explore opportunities for collaboration and partnerships with regards to the possibilities of the adoption of blockchain technologies into other universities’ curriculum, to educate and equip students with the knowledge of this disruptive technology that will indefinitely be mass-adopted across industries,” he added.
“I am honoured to propagate the fields of technological arts of Blockchain, as well as for the University, into the African region,” said Mr. Kamara. “The knowledge and adoption of this blockchain technology will be of great value towards realizing the continent’s true potential.”
Mr. John Kamara is an experienced marketing, business growth and market acquisition executive, who has successfully delivered multi-million-dollar global initiatives and projects on and offline for over 15 years, in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Over the past 3 years as an early investor in a number of successful altcoins, he has been involved in a number of blockchain and cryptocurrency projects.
He was recently a speaker at the blockchain summit in Nigeria and also an advisory team member on a number of ICO’s in Europe and Africa.
He is also heavily involved in digital e-commerce and intra Africa trade projects on the blockchain and his experience in the business objective side of blockchain led him to develop the Blockchain Centre for Excellence Education in Nigeria in partnership with ITEX.
John Kamara is a founding member of Jamborow an AI-driven financial platform solving the problems of financial inclusion in West and East Africa.
He is also co-founder of Afrimart, the Intra-Africa trade platform using AI to drive match-making trade across the continent.