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  • Is web3 ushering in a new era of the digital economy for Africa? Everything you need to know about Web 3.0.

Is web3 ushering in a new era of the digital economy for Africa? Everything you need to know about Web 3.0.

Many people believe that the current Internet model, in which corporations avariciously collect user data, censor content, and know more about users than their relatives, needs to be updated. This…

With Nigerian-born Emmanuel Ebanehita serving as the region’s Marketing Director, Binance’s crypto community in West Africa is expanding rapidly.

We’d like to introduce you to Emmanuel Ebanehita, Binance Marketing Director for West Africa. He has over 10 years of experience working for the biggest corporations both locally and internationally.…

With faster expansion than anticipated, the Pan-African cryptocurrency exchange, Yellow Card, is now accessible in sixteen African nations.

In just four years of operation, Yellow Card, a Pan-African cryptocurrency exchange founded by Chris Maurice and Justin Poiroux in Nigeria in 2018 with the primary goal of granting financial…

At the Africa Money and DeFi Summit in Accra, Ghana, advocates support decentralized finance (DeFi) as a concern for the continent’s growth.

Africa Money and DeFi Summit, West Africa edition, one of Africa’s best digital events, concluded last week at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra, Ghana, drawing a sizable throng of experts…

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…

CAR: Despite the country’s high court rejecting citizenship for cryptocurrency investors, Sango Coin investors would still receive benefits from the government.

Through its own official cryptocurrency called the sango coin, the Central African Republic (CAR), one of the first nations in Africa to accept bitcoin as legal tender, has been making…

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