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Entrepreneurs in emerging markets can benefit from a new generation of democratized and tokenized investments in private companies thanks to ICO strategies.
Most Africans can’t afford a full Bitcoin, but ICOs are within their reach.
The Nigerian government is adopting an open and friendly approach to Blockchain and Bitcoin regulation, making it a leader in Blockchain adoption in Africa.
Bitcoin could solve a lot of Africa’s problems, but its uptake has been slow.
A new Bitcoin exchange has launched in Nigeria with the aim of becoming an “exchange for Africa.”
The maximum impact of Blockchain won't be felt in the West, but in Africa where it is most needed.
As Africa-related ICOs are booming, SuperDAO touches on why they could be important to one of the continent’s largest markets
Nigeria is poised to become a leader in Blockchain, as government invites collaboration with businesses and investors.
The peculiarity of the African continent qualifies it as a viable hub for Blockchain solutions.
Bitcoin growth continues in Africa’s big cryptocurrency players, but there are also baby steps in Tanzania.
Can accepting and promoting the use of Bitcoin as the only means of payment make a difference in Nigeria’s e-commerce industry?
Disruptive technologies achieve mainstream adoption when they become reasonably interactive with existing conventions.
Will the increase in adoption in Russia, North Korea and Nigeria help drive up the demand for bitcoins and sustain its current price?
Andreas Antonopoulos and other experts have denied having any connection with the advertisement of a Blockchain conference in Lagos, Nigeria on 14 and 15 August...
As Coinbase talks of adding LTC buying to its platform, Litecoin and Ethereum are positioning to be the next go-to digital currencies after Bitcoin in Africa.
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