Can Blackholes be a link to the origin proposed singularity in the Big Bang by merger/absorption of individual Blackholes?
I can see where the question is coming from. Blackholes are residual mass after a star collapses in on itself after going into supernova. They are highly dense and massive, so one would presume a number of them merging together would be sufficient to explain the big bang. However, the problem I see with this is the start of it; stars require space, and space did not exist until the big bang. Also, blackholes need space-time to exist in the first place. A number of blackholes merging would actually grow in size, in general, rather than simply become more dense.
So no, in summary I don't think this theory is viable. Whatever it was at t = 0 for the universe is still unclear, but it was an infinitesimal point that expanded in all directions, but nobody knows exactly what it was at t = 0 itself.
Quick edit to add in: if you meant the singularity is some sort of emission from a set of merged blackholes, or some sort of event within a huge massive blackhole, we cannot know that either. No information to go by, to know for sure.