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Satoshi Nakamoto proposed Bitcoin in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Luno announces new Afrika headquarters in Johannesburg.
Afrikan communities have always come up with inventive solutions to local problems. Take Somalia as an example. The country is said to have one of the largest diaspora populations in the world. It has few commercial banks and relations with international creditors remain frozen due to debts incurred in
Akon, Tumelo Ramaphosa, and Ran Neu-Ner, are some of the speakers that have been lined up for the inaugural "Unlocking Blockchain Africa Conference" set to take place on 25 August 2018. The conference, which is going to take place at the Sandton Convention Center in Johannesburg, South Africa,
Luno, a FinTech startup and cryptocurrencies exchange founded in South Africa with a global footprint, has announced that it has reached the milestone of having 2 million customers. This is more impressive when you consider that in a iAfrikan interview with Luno's Timothy Stranex in May 2018, the startup only
Chankura, which is a kasi (South African township) slang word for money, has ambitions of becoming one of Afrika's leading cryptocurrencies exchanges. Founded by Thabang Mashiloane, the cryptocurrencies exchange states that it allows for the trading of over 40 cryptocurrencies on its exchange including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Monero, Zcash, Litecoin,