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Alima Nzeket, a 31-year-old female tech expert from Cameroon, is the nation’s representative for this year’s TechWomen in America.

Women in technology are becoming more prominent, and Cameroon has been instrumental in encouraging female digital entrepreneurs across the country. Mrs. Alima Nzeket Epse Bessama, a 31-year-old computer science engineering…

COLORADO BECOMES THE FIRST US STATE TO ACCEPT BTC AS PAYMENT FOR TAXES

Residents of Colorado are now able to pay state taxes using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but only if they have a PayPal account. The first American state to accept bitcoin…

The former President of Gabon’s National Assembly was discovered in possession of public funds totaling 2 billion CFA. How can blockchain help in reducing Africa’s high rate of embezzlement?

The former President of the National Assembly of Gabon, Mr. Guy Nzouba-Ndama, was seen driving a private Hilux while hauling three bags containing 2 billion CFA. The 76-year-old Nzouba-Ndama began…

A comedian from Cameroon signs a brand ambassador agreement with the blockchain startup “Smartis Ltd” in the UAE.

Young comics, particularly from the English-speaking region, are working extremely hard to help the Cameroonian comedy business have a significant global impact. Their brand of humor can only be compared…

SoMee.Social secures $50M investment commitment from GEM Digital

GEM Digital Limited has committed $50 million to SoMee through a token subscription facility. The blockchain-based social media platform will use the investment to increase the liquidity of native token…

Binance says it froze Baking Bad account after law enforcement request

Binance said it had frozen the account in response to a law enforcement request. Baking Bad claims it’s been unable to contact the said law enforcement and doubts if there’s…

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