About

Washington D.C. at the Million Man March in 1995
The Moguldom Nation (TMN), a Nubai Ventures Inc. company, was founded by digital media pioneer Jamarlin Martin. The Moguldom Nation is a leading digital media platform focused on freedom, justice, and equality. We cover “do for self” entrepreneurship, tech, politics, reparations, markets, and crypto. Our goal is to use information, data, and analytics to fertilize a new nation, The Moguldom Nation. A revolution starts with the mind.

We are a macroeconomic platform in that we cover the connections between politics, financial markets, and the broader economy. We do our best to bring the connections together and keep Black America ahead of the game.

About Our Publisher and Founder, Jamarlin Martin, ‘The New Emperor of Digital Media’ — Ozy
Mr. Martin is the founder and CEO of Nubai Ventures. A pioneer and thought leader in digital media, he grew Moguldom into a multiple-brand digital media and entertainment platform, selling three brands to Urban One NASDAQ: UONEK. Dubbed a “digital powerhouse” by Jet Magazine, Mr. Martin has been listed in the Ebony 100 list of most influential African Americans, and his insight and acumen have been hailed in the press including Inc. Magazine; OZY Media, which described him as an “Emperor of Digital Media”; Digiday and Fortune’s “David and Goliath” column. Highly respected in the digital media industry, Mr. Martin has received the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year in 2015, amongst many other noteworthy awards. He is often cited as a subject matter expert in data science and audience development, which he considers essential elements to grow multi-million dollar digital brands in the shortest time possible. Mr. Martin’s media career began with blogging on financial markets, where he founded a currency trading blog. As an undergraduate, Mr. Martin studied graduate-level political science courses at the University of Virginia. Mr. Martin received a Ralph Bunche Fellowship from the American Political Science Association. He attended Syracuse University College of Law and earned his political science degree from Morehouse College.