Bitcoin Association’s latest Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup heads back to EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), this time hosted by Centi founder Bernard Müller.
June 2 brings the next Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup for EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), the latest red letter day in the calendar for those who are keen to learn more about BSV blockchain.
The Bitcoin SV Technical Standards Committee is hosting a free webinar to look at how technical standards are pushing excellence and enhancing utility for blockchain developers.
The sandbox will provide Centbee with the opportunity to test new products and services that push the boundaries of existing regulations while still under the oversight of the relevant regulators.
Speaking at a recent event, Yemi Osinbajo rebuked the recent ban on digital currencies, advocating for Nigerian authorities to regulate the industry.
Here is a recap of some of the biggest developments in the Bitcoin BSV for payments space that we saw in 2020 and the companies that made these developments possible.
From the trading volume tripling and outdoing other regions to regulators finally becoming involved, 2020 has been a year of adoption, progress and maturity for Africa’s digital currency industry.
Africa’s profile as a significant player in the digital currency industry has continued to grow in recent years, Steve Kaaru writes.
In its draft bill, the Financial Sector Conduct Authority is proposing that all service providers register as financial service providers.
Dr. Craig Wright, Jimmy Nguyen and Lorien Gamaroff all took the stage at the event to discuss how BSV will impact the African continent in the coming decade.
Speaking at the Africa Tech Festival, Centbee co-founder Lorien Gamaroff delved into how his company is changing this narrative in Africa and beyond.