More countries are expected to follow suit in crafting regulations for the digital asset industry following the move by the G20 to adopt a roadmap calling for the implementation of policy frameworks.
Presenters at the IEEE event in Morocco this week shed light on the power of IPv6 and how, when fused with BSV, it could lead to the evolution of a more secure internet than today's model.
Morocco lifted the ban on digital assets, Kenya is now taxing Bitcoin, Nigeria drafted its first law recognizing Bitcoin, Zambia delved into CBDCs and more.
Prof. Mounir Ghogho, whose field of expertise is in electronic and electrical engineering, told CoinGeek Backstage the students at the University of Rabat are highly interested in blockchain technology.
Hakan Yuksel explains to CoinGeek Backstage about how his company is working behind the scenes to see Satoshi’s vision become a reality and is now moving beyond research and development.
Morocco banned digital assets back in 2017, but the locals have continued to explore Bitcoin, and today, only Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya have more owners.
Dr. Craig Wright joined CoinGeek Backstage to talk about his vision for a world that’s interconnected and running on blockchain, saying Bitcoin is heading to 10 billion transactions.
Moving toward the futuristic model of the Internet is what the team behind the Global IEEE 5G-IOT Internet Summit at the International University of Rabat, Morocco wanted to address last May 12.
Bitcoin Inventor Dr. Craig Wright recently gave a talk at the Global IEEE 5G-IoT Blockchain Summit, where he covered what Bitcoin is, how it enables true peer-to-peer connectivity, and more.
The Bank Al-Maghrib has tasked the new committee with identifying and analyzing the advantages and drawbacks of a digital dirham for the Moroccan economy.