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Kigali hosts the second Blockchain Demo Day organized by the Africa Blockchain Institute.


This week, the Africa Blockchain Institute achieved another significant step as they organized the second DEMO Day, titled: Africa Blockchain Incubation Program, on June 30, 2022, in Kigali, Rwanda. 

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The Institution has already assisted various businesses within Africa, particularly in Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and Egypt, with the aid of its partners like MAKER DAO, NEAR PROTOCOL, and other local partners in Rwanda. The Institution’s major goal is to expand digital technology across 54 nations in Africa.

Virtual Participants from Egypt who benefited from the program.

People and organizations who benefited from its four-month training program shared their success stories and inspired others to participate in the new Blockchain technology, which is being adopted by industries like real estate, insurance, education, and land title.

Mr. Kayode Babarinde (Nigerian) and Mr. Shaun (Zimbabwean).

Mr. Kayode Babarinde, CEO of the African Blockchain Institute, has accomplished extraordinary things by bringing Blockchain technology to some parts of the African Community and encouraging startups to take advantage of it.

Mr. Kayode Babarinde, CEO of the African Blockchain Institute

The DEMO Day had participants from Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Nigeria, Zambia, Egypt, India, UK, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Malawi who participated either virtually or physically to make the day a success. 

Other promoters of Blockchain technology in Kigali and Africa, such as Brighter Digital Business Group, were also present to support the initiative.


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Ndasi Tata

Ndasi Tata is a Cameroonian-born Bitcoin entrepreneur and former state journalist who's also known for being a Bitcoin and Blockchain advocate. He's a crypto lover and reporter and has promoted several crypto projects within the African Continent. He uses a variety of social media and online channels. In addition to running a successful Facebook page with thousands of fans, he also promotes blockchain and bitcoin development initiatives on the well-liked YouTube channel #cryptoafrica-now. He earned an M.Sc. from the University of Nicosia in Cyprus in Blockchain and Digital Currency. At the University of Nicosia, Andreas Antonopoulos, Ph.D., and Antonis Polemitis, Ph.D., serve as role models.

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