Blaqspot Development Campaign
Through lots of hard work and sacrifice, the website and Android app have been launched and access is free so that we can connect our African Kings and Queens everywhere; but we need your help to take the next step.
Our next endeavour is to produce an app for Apple iPhone users. The app is 30% completed, but we need more funding to complete it and bring it to market.
We are also working on adding "Brazilian" Portuguese and Spanish language translations to the community and apps so that our South American and Caribbean family can engage with us.
Finally, we need assistance with reaching across other platforms to alert our family that a place has been made for them--that they can now network with their brothers and sisters globally without European oversight. There are only so many people we can reach by sharing, "liking", and "retweeting"; so, we will have to use standard marketing to create the buzz we need.
Our ultimate goal with this project is to create the world's first Global Afro-Media Hub. My wife and I (as well as a few supporters) have done as much as we can do alone. But this movement began with a strong desire to support and empower African people globally; and only the support of African people globally will take us to where we need to go.
I encourage you to visit Blaqspot.com , download the app, and become a member. You'll see all that we've accomplished. Then we need your support. We need you to vote for African Empowerment with your wallet. We need you to support the movement to Connect, Unify, and Empower Africans globally to make our world a better place.
This should be on bbnomics.com or boyce watkin's crowdfunding site. Why do we ask for help building a site that is for the black community but we are raising the money on a white owned site when there are Black Owned counterparts? Its backwards. Gofundme will get a percentage of every dollar we donate, why not have this on a Black platform so ALL our money stays within the community??