Africa is more prone to crypto scams than other regions, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Startups have a hard time operating anywhere in the world, but it’s another level of difficulty in Africa.
Uganda’s central bank continues to warn against cryptos, while a survey shows Africans are getting confused by digital currencies.
South Africa is getting a new crypto trading pair, and an investment fraud scheme is sneaking up on unsuspecting victims.
CoinCola exchange offers its services to Nigeria. In addition, the use of distributed ledger is helping to manage renewable energy in rural Africa.
South Africa is getting blockchain based solar panels, and OVEX has more money to operate it’s exchange.
South Africa is set to host a big cryptocurrency conference and a politician’s son is pushing blockchain technology.
A blockchain initiative has launched in Ghana to develop new talent, and Luno is upgrading its platform.
South Africa is looking at developing their own stable coin, and Kudi exchange is looking to expand their services to the continent.
Students in Kenya are graduating from a blockchain school, and Ethiopia is ready to go with its new blockchain framework.