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Workshop// Digital Identity models for a blockchain powered web

Are you a blockchain enthusiast or at least are curious enough about how blockchain is revolutionising businesses today? You really cannot afford to miss this workshop that we have lined up! As we head into an internet economy, how do we design a workable identity model for a blockchain powered world wide web? Join Ian […]

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Blockchain is a transformational technology that will have far reaching consequences for industry and society as it profoundly impacts the way we manage issues of trust, security and privacy. East Africa is well positioned to harness the opportunities emerging from blockchain technology.

We’re dedicated to raising awareness of this Technology to the public, industry, regulators and policy makers.

Training, Workshops and Seminars

We educate Kenyan professionals, students, entrepreneurs, developers and the general public at our bi monthly seminars and meetups where we cover all the aspects of blockchain technology. If you would like to partner on building blockchain knowledge and capacity for the people of Kenya please do not hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]

For everyone interested in blockchain technology and its applications, making policy & accreditation

Inaugural Blockchain society in Kenya We’ll work with all levels of government, industry, think tanks and other stakeholders to educate, promote and develop the Blockchain technology and its commercial applications for different industries. We will look to collaborate and partner with all stakeholders both locally and internationally.

Growth from 10,000 KES per week in 2013 to 90 million per week in 2017

Growth from 35,000 KES per week in 2016, September to 1.7 million per week in 2017 December

B2B business using bitcoin as bridge transition currency – Kenya, Nigeria, UK, China. At least $600,000 per month

Offline p2p cryptocurrency trades – on social media, face to face meets, in cash at least 20 million per week

Chamapesa: the open network for social savings communities


You cannot regulate the Blockchain technology. You can only regulate what the companies involved in it do Joe Mucheru

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology

Source : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWYgz_nSJBk


Apply today for individual or business membership

In line with our objectives, the Blockchain Association of Kenya membership structure is open to the public. Under our membership structure legally recognized persons both local and foreign can join by subscribing to the association’s constitution under one of the broader membership categories:

  • Ordinary Member
  • Academic Institutions
  • Industry Partners
  • Government Representatives
  • Honorary Members


Kenya is finally softening its stance on blockchain technology

Kenya has for years regarded blockchain technology and digital currencies with suspicion, comparing bitcoin to a “pyramid scheme,” and emphasizing that it had no legal footing. That wariness has been shared by the governments of Egypt, Nigeria, and Tanzania, and by...