Investment Opportunities

Investment Opportunities

  • Food: $100
  • New Violin: $200
  • Get Websites back up: $300
  • Initial marketing of The Circle: $300
  • Cannabis: $300 (or potential offline donation)
  • Reiki Training: $600 (for two)
  • Book Publishing for Sunshine’s series: $1000
  • FEG – Company Leadership Summit: $2000
  • Financial Literacy Program for Children: $2350 – $4500
  • Financial Literacy Program for Adults and Children: $4500 – $6500
  • Communal Housing: $5000
  • Sea Moss Business Plan Small: $5000
  • 100K Nubians to $100K – Get Started: $9000
  • Making of a Good Man Rite of Passage Program: $9000
  • Building out the structure for The Circle: $9000
  • Sea Moss Business Plan Big: $15,000-$20,000
  • Financial Literacy Program Big: $30,000-$40,000
  • Martha’s Vineyard Oyster Farm: $50,000
  • Making of a Good Man Rite of Passage eventual budget: $450,000

Mansa Musa Economic Culture

Mansa Musa, Richest Man to Ever Live. He was a philanthropist and sponsor of the arts, architecture, learning and culture.
Dedicated to the common good.

As discussions around economic justice and social responsibility continue to dominate headlines and political debates, it’s worth taking a step back to consider alternative models of economic organization.

One such model is the “Mansa Musa Economic Culture,” named after the 14th century West African ruler and investor who is widely considered to be the richest person in history. This economic culture, which was prevalent in many parts of precolonial Africa, emphasizes the importance of promoting the common good and supporting the welfare of the community, rather than solely focusing on the pursuit of profit.

The archeological and educational wonder of Timbuktu

In this series of blog posts we will explore the key principles and practices of the Mansa Musa Economic Culture, and consider how these ideas might be relevant and applicable to contemporary discussions about economic justice and social responsibility.

Mansa Musa traveled over 4000 Miles with tends of thousands of people, spreading his philanthropy along the way.

From the emphasis on communal ownership and charitable giving, to the prohibition of interest-based lending and the support for education and the arts, the Mansa Musa Economic Culture offers a rich tradition of thought and practice that can inspire and inform contemporary debates about the role of economics in society.

What this means is he spent so much gold which got into the hands of the common people that they were wealthy for over a decade.

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Guapcoin now accepted on the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard At Sarah Brown’s, Oak Bluff’s Comfort Food

Founder of Guapcoin Tavonia Evans is very proud to see that Guapcoin is now accepted on the beautiful Island of Martha’s Vineyard at the delicious Sarah Brown’s, Oak Bluff’s Comfort Food Restaurant. Guapcoin is “The Cryptocurrency For the Culture, The Real Black Dollar.”

Tavonia Evans and Guapcoin are featured in Black Enterprise.

Martha’s Vineyard is a haven for the well travelled, affluent, Black population and a premier vacation destination for the Black elite. On any given day you might talk to Cheryl Hall, a Black Woman who owns a huge contracting company, and the next morning you might do Tai Chi with Shaka Georges of Circle Fitness, and later that afternoon find yourself sitting at the Gazebo listening to Henry Louis Gates Jr. give a lecture.

There is a plethora of Black professionals who work as authors, lawyers, doctors or actors who have made Martha’s Vineyard their home away from home. Barack Obama is amongst one of the many renowned Blacks who happens to own a home here, and as you may already know, Spike Lee has filmed here and been spotted multiple times over the years.

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Buy Signal Crypto

Buy Signal Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin
Bitcoin ~10,100 Target 28,000
Ethereum ~1,100 Target 2,000
Litecoin Double bottom. 162 Target 390

Buy before 7am if possible.

My prediction is they will BLOW today in conjunction with this historic lunar eclipse.

#bitcoin #ethereum #crypto #blockchain

If you don’t own any Crypto start here:




I’m a fan of Cryptocurrency.

My warning is you shouldn’t put more money into it than you can afford to lose.

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Now that that is out of the way, here’s a simple guide on how to get started.

First you need to create a free wallet to hold your Cryptocurrency in. This will also give you an app which can easily give you quotes on some of the most popular currencies right now.

I’m using Coinbase and you can sign up for your free account here:

I’ve dipped my toe in by buying a little bit of each of what Coinbase has available. If I were to only buy one I’d buy Ethereum right now, if I were going to buy two I’d buy Bitcoin and Ethereum.

You can buy “smaller” amounts via a credit or debit card, larger amounts need to go through a bank account.

The reason I’m so excited about Crypto is it is a whole new paradigm on how we handle money. I can buy a certain amount of Crypto and go and buy something at a store or online, and there’s no bank or central government acting as middle man.

Regulation is probably inevitable but that I don’t see that as a problem or hindrance to growth, in fact I see it will be a catalyst to growth. When this becomes normalized enough that’s when the “big boys” will start to jump in with their billions.

At time of posting:

Bitcoin $14,832.30
Bitcoin Cash $3,100.51
Ethereum $717.21
Litecoin $286.92

There are others, but those are the ones I currently own/follow closely.

I learn by doing so I knew I wouldn’t start to understand Crypto until I dipped my toe in.