While news headlines have been flooded with talk of ICOs and STOs, Kenya has been setting the pace for Africa with Bitcoin ATMs, bitcoin restaurants, and bitcoin mining.
Definitely. Without a doubt. I’ve observed something interesting. The wealthy tend to adopt technologies quicker than the majority of the population but I digress.
Most “blockchain” tokens aren’t blockchain tokens. Out of the 2,500 or 2 billion tokens that exist or will exist.
New rules proposed by the South Africa Central bank may mean that crypto exchanges and wallet providers will have to register with regulators.
A short walkthrough video learning solidity coding for smart contracts with BitDegree. The lesson was pretty straightforward and enjoyable.
The Capital Markets Authority issued a statement cautioning consumers over the use of KeniCoin crypto tokens and their trading in Kenya. The ICO for the coins was launched publicly in July 2018.