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R3 Consortium gets truly global by the addition of its first African bank.
South African internet entrepreneur and Bitcoin enthusiast Vinny Lingham talks about the Bitcoin scene in South Africa.
More effective transaction processes and lower charges encourages Nigerians to seek cross-border employments amidst harsh local economic conditions.
Smart contracts can help avoid human error and prevent fraud in countries like Nigeria.
A manager from Bitx, one of Africa’s biggest Bitcoin exchanges explains why Bitcoin sprawls in Africa.
A recent hike in oil prices in Nigeria may increase Bitcoin adoption for cross border transactions, safekeeping and investments.
Whether Bitcoin would be a better option for the southern African state of Zimbabwe to adopt as an alternative method of payment or not has triggered an online ...
The British Commonwealth announced a new project to develop a Blockchain app to combat cross-border crime.
With the high mobile phone penetration already in place, Africa is set to enable more users to download a Bitcoin wallet on their devices.
Our expert Brandon Kostinuk, Communications Lead at Vanbex Group, analyses the role of the world’s unbanked in Fintech innovations and technological advancement...
MMM rides on the wings of belief, greed and a failing economy to flourish in Nigeria despite its negative history and bad publicity as a Ponzi scheme.
Decentralized technologies like Bitcoin and emergency response app Cell 411 could help with South Africa’s economy and high crime rates.
CEO of Naira4Dollar, Ejezie Sunday has allegedly had $15,000 worth of Bitcoins stolen from his company’s wallet on blockchain.info.
Swiftcurrency.com moves to begin awareness campaign on virtual currencies, with the aim to redeem the industry’s already battered image by Ponzi schemes says Ad...
In South Africa, the latest developments show that 2016 may become the greatest year so far for the cryptocurrency.
Africa’s largest online marketplace has rolled out the welcome mat for Bitcoin, allowing, and actively encouraging, sellers to accept crypto.
CoinTelegraph spoke with the founder of Swift eCurrency about various aspects of the virtual currency market in Nigeria.
BitFury announced that it has invested in BitPesa, a universal payment and trading platform for the African continent, through its investment wing, BitFury Capi...
The low penetration of internet in Africa is responsible for the slow FinTech development, says the Head of Broadband and Converged Solutions at Phase3 Telecom.
Cryptocurrency startup, BitFinance, has become a subject of interest to one of the world's most respected institutions of research, Stanford University.
Nigerian naira looks to be set to lose more value in the international currency market. Will citizens turn to superior currencies as a safe haven for their weal...
Africans rarely use Bitcoin payment services as they don’t trust Bitcoin as a currency.
Inconsistent policies surrounding fiat in Nigeria has caused panic. It seems the perfect opportunity for Bitcoin startups in Africa.
The Nigerian financial services sector has experienced some major technological developments within the last two decades.
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