Africa is the new frontier in the crypto adoption revolution, and more people, like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, are beginning to recognize this.
While the Western world looks at Bitcoin as a speculative asset, Africa is using Bitcoin to build a new financial system for its people.
South Africa-based crypto payment ecosystem company Centbee is developing a number of products for payment and remittance on the blockchain.
While Libra faces tough regulatory scrutiny in Europe and the U.S, in Africa, it would also have to face tough competition from established players.
Centbee has continued to prove that BSV is the only crypto project that can solve the remittance challenges through real-time transactions and low fees.
CoinGeek Seoul Conference Day 2 looked at Bitcoin SV’s actual use cases for the real world—from real estate, tech, gaming and entertainment, as well as environmental innovation and more.
Lorien Gamaroff explained that Centbee wants to be the coolest Bitcoin app, but also help bitcoin adoption behind the curtain.
During the CoinGeek Toronto Conference 2019, Centbee CEO Lorien Gamaroff drove home the importance of BSV as a currency.
Lorien Gamaroff traveled from his home in South Africa to London and took a few minutes to discuss what’s going on with CoinGeek’s own Becky Liggero in a short interview.
Cryptocurrencies are helping millions of Africans find a cheaper and faster alternative to legacy money transfer services, although Africans are using cryptos more for trading and speculative reasons.