By Bala Augie As financial solution providers continue to face stiffer competition globally from Fintech startups and emerging technologies such as blockchain, cryptocurrency and
Blockchain technology and the role of entrepreneurship in driving Africa’s prosperity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), were some of the key topics taking
Facebook is inviting applications for the third edition of its London accelerator programme, which is open for the first time to startups from Africa.
The first ever CoinCola meet up in Nigeria has taken place in the country’s commercial capital city, Lagos, inside the University of Lagos (Unilag).
CoinCola – Person-to-Person (P2P) Bitcoin platform has anchored in Nigeria. Hong Kong-based Coincola will be providing trading and exchange services users in Nigeria and
UNESCO and its Paris-based Chair for Digital Transmission, Innovation and Publishing (ITEN) will host a day-long conference, Blockchain: practices and perspectives, on 17 May
By Chinedu James The Securities and Exchange Commission has revealed that a regulatory framework is in the offing for the fintech industry in Nigeria.
This should interest those in Africa investing in blockchain and digital currency. Alternative Investment Fund Manager Olymp Capital (AIF) has announced the launch of
By Shaun Conway Blockchain can help prove that development money is working, moving uncertain investors to commit. The world has an unprecedented opportunity to
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