The Centbee co-founder talked about how BSV’s instant transactions and low fees allow any African to easily send money across the world at Digital Nigeria.
From Jimmy Nguyen to Lorien Gamaroff and Ahmed Youssif, BSV blockchain was well represented at the Digital Nigeria event, and the message was clear—it’s time for Africa.
Lorien has been compared to Elon owing to their South African origin, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage, he’s playing his part in making Bitcoin easy to use.
The Travel Rule has focused on banks, but a recent amendment has broadened it to include VASPs, and as Centbee revealed, it preempted the rule months ago.
The two-day event attracted hundreds of attendees, with blockchain’s role in Nigeria’s development and the unmatched potential of BSV being the standout themes.
Centbee’s Founder Lorien Gamaroff recently caught up with the Women of BSV, where they talked about the story behind Centbee, BSV versus other blockchains, inflation, and more.
General Counsel of the BSV Blockchain Association Marcin Zarakowski hosted a panel on regulatory compliance for blockchain and digital assets on day three of the BSV Global Blockchain Convention.
Four of the BSV industry’s foremost payment leaders take the stage in a panel moderated by Patrick Thompson to talk about how BSV’s bringing better payments.
The third day of the convention sees regulations, tokenization, smart contracts, blockchain in Africa and Asia, Environmental, Social and Governance, and more among the topics for discussion.
To enter the competition, download the latest version of Centbee, use the wallet as often as you can, earn Honey rewards and get a chance to win €1,500 for use to travel to Dubai!
South African based Bitcoin SV wallet Centbee has released several new features over the past few months that have not gotten much attention in the community.