The roadmap breaks down how blockchain has changed the trust paradigm, its adoption in Nigeria so far, how the government intends on applying it and how it integrates with other emerging technologies.
While Centbee has grown to become one of the leading Bitcoin SV wallets globally, its biggest success has been in Africa.
The wait-and-see approach of most African governments is being challenged by the surge in adoption of digital currencies in the region.
Illicit activity only makes up 1.4% of all digital currency activity in Africa, a new Chainalysis report has revealed.
The Centbee CEO and nChain’s director of Business Service took the virtual stage for the Wales Tech Week’s “Applications of Blockchain: Payments.”
The Kenyan startup caters to over 6,000 small-scale farmers in rural areas, enabling them to leverage technology to increase their income.
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.