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.
Kenya isn’t playing games when it comes to making headways with blockchain technology.
In an effort to refine its approach to the regulation of cryptocurrencies, the South African government has decided to establish a cryptocurrency asset regulatory working group that will play a key role in investigations and research on digital assets and blockchain technology.
The two states made it to the list of the 10 most popular cryptocurrency marketplaces in the world
Picture the thoughts. Imagine. I present to you New Africa. It will not be a utopia. No such thing exists. It will, however, stand for liberty of the man, child, woman. New Africa will be […]
The potential of blockchain to revolutionize African economies cannot be understated. Billions of lives will be touched by blockchain.