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Adeshina Ajayi: The Journey to Bridging Blockchain Knowledge Gap in America

Adeshina Ajayi: The Journey to Bridging Blockchain Knowledge Gap in America
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When it comes to blockchain consulting and education, certified Blockchain expert Adeshina Ajayi has emerged as a lead force for business owners and individuals who are seeking to understand the revolutionary blockchain technology and to enjoy the full leverage that blockchain provides for business growth and scalability. 

After a super successful career in Africa as a blockchain consultant, Adeshina moved to the United States, where he is bridging the blockchain knowledge gap and building blockchain solutions for Africans and people of African descent.

Leveraging Alpha Training Lab (An Africa-based blockchain ed-tech), in collaboration with his Blockchain Academy, Ajayi has trained and certified over 2,000 blockchain experts across Nigeria to gain relevant skills and in-demand global abilities for creating wealth and financial freedom.                                                            

Ajayi’s comprehensive blockchain curriculum covers vital foundational aspects of blockchain technology for both techies and non-techies.

He presents the complex matters of blockchain in such a way that non-techies understand and can apply it to their work and/or businesses.

Adeshina Ajayi’s authentic work has shaped what blockchain is today in Africa.

Ajayi has invested so much to ensure that as many as are open to learning are equipped with the knowledge and relevant skills they need to transition into blockchain technology successfully and enjoy the ease that comes with doing business using blockchain technology. 

He is a professional member and expert columnist at Blockchain Council, the world’s best blockchain, metaverse, and NFTs Educational Certification Authority based in Walnut, California. In enriching the knowledge base of blockchain enthusiasts globally, Ajayi writes blockchain content for the official website of the Blockchain Council. It is a pleasant surprise to find that he is the very first—and currently the only—Nigerian on the Blockchain Council. His widely read blockchain content provides cutting-edge and up-to-date guidance for tech enthusiasts and aspiring blockchain entrepreneurs.  

The success of Ajayi’s work as a blockchain consultant has extended across countries and continents of the world.

In 2021, Ajayi hosted his Blockchain Pathway Conference and book tour across Nigeria, Kenya and the United Arab Emirates, UAE. The events recorded massive success.

In America, Ajayi works as the lead blockchain consultant for Digital Focus LLC, where he curates blockchain strategies, develops proof of concepts, and designs blockchain services for Americans. 

As Adeshina Ajayi continues to empower businesses and individuals to unlock the potential of blockchain, his impact on the global blockchain and tech community remains a testament to the power of passion and commitment in achieving success.

 Adeshina Ajayi’s dedication to bridging the blockchain knowledge gap goes beyond just education and consulting; it embodies a true commitment to empowerment and technological advancement. His journey from Africa to the United States signifies a global perspective that transcends borders and embraces diversity. In his mission to democratize blockchain knowledge, Ajayi’s approach not only imparts technical expertise but also fosters a broader understanding of how blockchain can drive innovation and economic growth. His pioneering work as an expert columnist at Blockchain Council not only elevates his profile but also underscores the importance of international collaboration in shaping the future of blockchain technology. As Ajayi continues to pioneer blockchain solutions and education, his impact resonates far and wide, demonstrating the transformative potential of blockchain for individuals and businesses worldwide.

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