The Digital Underground is a program created by The Black Business School to educate African Americans about blockchain/crypto investing while also providing the tools to help them take advantage of this opportunity financially.
This is the formula for navigating the economic jungle surrounding Bitcoin, the Blockchain, Altcoins and a blueprint for creating wealth from this unprecedented opportunity...
This formula turned $2,250 to $81,073.05 in the last 15 months! (July 2016 - Nov 2017) *based on a BTC market price = $10,233
1.) Black Money Package: Educational content through our Crypto Investing 101 and Black Money 102: How to Invest in the Stock Market courses.
3.) JARVIS Research Bundle which provides in depth analysis on selected crypto currency picks. Learn more about their teams, purpose, and overall strategy to tackle the marketplace.
4.) Exclusive interviews, trainings, and Q&A sessions on how to get the most out of your Digital Underground subscription.
5.) It Takes a Village Package which includes two VIP tickets to the All Black National Convention for $99 each, 60% off of our Freedom Family Mastermind, and up to 60% off our 48 Hour Business School live event.
6.) The Digital Underground, which is our exclusive Facebook community for all subscribers of this program. Here, we go more in depth on the cryptocurrency market and provide exclusive opportunities for those who want to invest heavier in this marketplace.
The regular price of The Digital Underground is $499/mo or $2999/yr. No matter which payment option that you choose, you will have access to all parts of The Digital Underground from above. The exception is that the discount for the 48 Hour Business School accrues monthly at a rate of 5% for those on the monthly plan. Those on the yearly plan get the full 60% discount immediately.
What is Your Policy to Upgrade from a Monthly Package to a Yearly Package?
You have 90 days from the moment that you sign up for the monthly package to upgrade to the yearly package. Depending on when you upgrade, we will provide you a coupon code that deducts the monthly amounts that you have already paid for The Digital Underground. For example, if you signed up at a monthly price of $499/mo two months prior, we would deduct $998 from your first year's price of the yearly package.
During your membership, you have the right to cancel at anytime. This is not a long-term contract. Cancelling means that you will not be billed for any upcoming months unless you decide to rejoin.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your membership, simply email [email protected] and we will respond as soon as possible.
I love to learn. I love to teach.. I never presume that I know everything, since the key to knowledge is understanding how little you actually know. But my goal is to give information, insights and perspectives that allow you to broaden your thinking and to realize all that is possible.
My PhD is in Finance, which I obtained from The Ohio State University. My masters degrees are in Mathematics and Statistics, which I earned at The University of Kentucky. I also received BA and BS degrees with a triple major in Finance, Economics and Business Management from The University of Kentucky.
I have been on the faculty at Syracuse University since 2001. Before that, I taught classes at The University of Rochester, The Ohio State University, Indiana University and The University of Kentucky. I've been teaching at the college level since I was 22 years old, and have mostly taught classes in Mathematics, Economics, Statistics and Finance.
I am the author of the following books: "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about College," "What if George Bush were a Black Man?", "Financial Lovemaking 101: Merging Assets with Your Partner in Ways that Feel Good," and "Black American Money."
Finally, I am the founder of the Your Black World Coalition, an organization and independent media outlet with over half a million subscribers worldwide. We have played a role in confronting destructive hip-hop music, and have also led campaigns on various civil rights issues in the African American community.