Black Women In Blockchain ( is a cryptocurrency site.


As of December 2023, has <5,000 monthly views. was founded on June 8, 2023. The Internet Archive has saved 16 times between June 8, 2023 and January 6, 2024.

In 2024, ran on Pepyaka and Website Builder. Moreover, its IP was

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Here, I analyzed for malware and malicious content to check if it was legit or a scam:

I checked on Sucuri, and it returned as a low security risk. Results: Sucuri scan for Sucuri results

I then ran a parasite scan with Unmask Parasites on, and it is suspicious. Results: Unmask Parasites scan for

Unmask Parasites cites 1 suspicious inline script:

(function (_window, _document, _script_url, _extAndQuery) {if (!_window._ssrSettings) { _window._ssrSettings = {}; }_wind...

I also checked on VirusTotal, and it is clean. Results: VirusTotal scan for VirusTotal results

URLVoid says passed all blocklist engines. Results: URLVoid scan for

In conclusion, we graded no higher than relatively safe because of the suspicious inline script. OVERALL GRADE: Relatively Safe.

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I Think It's Real But Not 100% Sure; HopeFully The Founder Replies

Black Women In Blockchain is a legit site. I doubted the site at first because their Twitter links to @bwblockchain which is the official/main Black Women In Blockchain Twitter account. However, I think that's an innocent difference because their Instagram has videos with the founder talking about this website. Although, I would like more confirmation from @PlusTouCEO if at all possible.

One of the other reasons I believe this site to be real is because when I go to Google, the main Black Women In Blockchain website ( is listed first and is listed directly beneath it. If it was a scam, surely the founders would have had it removed as a scam by now. But I'm not 100% sure it's not a scam. There is a donate button on the that may try to collect donations as a scam and do nothing else.

This is an interesting case. I invite the founders to tell a story that may reveal more evidence that can help us understand the difference between the two Black Women In Blockchain sites. The domains don't seem like they're based on the same idea the way they're worded. There is suspiciously a donate button on the homepage and not much else.