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Cryptocurrency start-ups advertise on billboards in Nairobi, Kenya.

The adoption of bitcoin by the majority of African States is not too far-fetched given that most countries are gradually realizing the potential of blockchain and cryptocurrencies to strengthen their…

Binance meetup in Yaoundé to boost presence and educate locals about blockchain and cryptocurrency

With the aim of educating and empowering the local population, particularly the youths, in the field of fintech and the most recent information on the newly developed blockchain technology that’s…

After successfully stealing millions from Rwandan investors, the “Cavallon” digital marketing pyramid scheme vanishes.

Africa needs widespread awareness and strict rules on how to identify and combat well-structured sponzi or pyramid schemes targeting the continent’s common people, as the continent represents a sizable market…

Binance Charity gives VSLAs in Kenya’s Siaya County the tools they need to promote greater financial inclusion.

As the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Binance, continues to improve life on the continent by providing financial support and basic business education, its name is starting to become…

The co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, attends the inaugural Africa Bitcoin Conference in Accra, Ghana.

This week, CryptoAfricaNow (CAN) examines the Africa Bitcoin Conference (ABC), one of the largest gatherings in the Africa fintech community. It was held in Accra, Ghana, and was put together…

John Oseni, a 16-year-old Nigerian coder, explains on the “TEDxJibowu” event how all of his current jobs came from referrals.

An 16-year-old Nigerian software engineer named John Oseni, who works in the fields of Web3, mobile, blockchain, and cyber security, tells the TEDxJibowu audience about how he got his start…

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