Sub-Saharan Africa has taken to digital currencies, with P2P platforms in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana posting triple-digit growth in 3 months.
The company isn’t slowing down in its goal to give the people of Africa a cheaper and faster payment platform using Bitcoin SV.
Ghana has been working on a digital currency for months now, and as the deputy governor of its central bank revealed, it’s scheduled to begin testing it soon.
Africa has registered an all-time-high digital currency trading volume on P2P exchanges, according to a new report.
A new report by Luno and Arcane Research has delved into the African digital currency market, acknowledging the opportunities and analyzing the challenges.
Maramoja is a ride-hailing app that uses blockchain and AI to match passengers with drivers they can trust.
South African financial regulators have recommended new and stricter regulations for digital currencies, but will allow them to be used for domestic payments.
Africa’s digital currency exchanges have continued to register constantly high trading volume despite the COVID-19 pandemic, with some even increasing users
South Africa’s iCE3 exchange is set to list BSV in May as the demand for the digital currency surges in the continent.
South Africa believes blockchain could solve some of the ills facing the country such as corruption, and reduce its reliance on foreign products, creating jobs.
The Middle East and Africa region has spent a combined $12.8B rising to $15B by 2023 on ICT, with blockchain and AI rising in prominence, new report says.