Appzone, one of Africa's Fintech Software Providers, has rebranded to "Zone", a regulated blockchain Payment Infrastructure company.
The firm has now revealed that more than 5,000 developers from 43 different African countries registered for the bootcamp with 2,700 being selected for the eight-week intensive mentorship program.
Through the Capital Markets (Amendment) Bill, 2022, KRA aims to introduce income tax for digital currencies held for a period not exceeding twelve months.
African AI and blockchain startups are set to benefit from Modus Africa fund, an African –focused venture capital firm under the wings of New York-based venture platform, Modus.
New technologies are reshaping the blood transfusion value chain to bring greater efficiency, traceability and consistency to this life-saving procedure.
Any physical, intangible, financial or non-financial investment has an element of risk associated with it and an investor can either accept the risk, try to mitigate it or avoid it entirely. However, to do any of these, the risks must first be understood.
The licence, in accordance with Section 11 of the Virtual Asset Act, 2022, was issued by the Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority [NBFIRA].
Centurion Invest partners with ImpalaPay to advance African mass adoption of digital assets payments to Mpesa, Airtel and Orange
Centurion Invest has partnered with ImpalaPay, a blockchain-based fintech company with operations in 134 countries worldwide and 42 African countries, to advance African mass adoption of digital assets payments to Mpesa, Airtel and Orange.
Agritech startup eLivestock partners with nChain to deliver blockchain-based solutions to farmers in Africa
eLivestock Global (ELG) and nChain announced a partnership to launch a cattle traceability platform with the goal of ensuring livestock are healthier and farmers can secure their livelihood.
Damilare Aregbesola is the Developer Marketing Manager for Africa at Polygon. He is in charge of telling the story of Polygon’s scaling solutions to African developers and likewise those of African developers building on Polygon to the world.
Data Mynt Partners with Yellow Card Financial to Enable Cash Payouts for Merchants and Platforms Across Africa
Data Mynt, the leading digital asset checkout and payment infrastructure provider for merchants and platforms, has announced a strategic partnership with Yellow Card Financial to expand their services to the African continent initially in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa.
In the same way that blockchain technology has impacted other sectors of the traditional economy; the insurance sector could not be left out.
Emission (ICO) d’une crypto monnaie d’entreprise LiorS pour accélérer l’inclusion financière en Afrique
EiC Corporation, lance un ICO (Initial Coin Offering) à travers l’émission du LiorS Token de Gouvernance (DAO), un crypto-actif d’entreprise multifonctions (service, gouvernance, unité de mesure) en vue de développer ces différents programmes d’éducation financière.
Mastercard has launched Crypto Secure, a first-of-its kind technology solution designed to bring additional security and trust to the digital ecosystem.
Afin de mieux harmoniser les outils d’accompagnement des startups, la Delégation générale à l’entrepreneuriat rapide des femmes et des jeunes (Der/Fj) a lancé, avec des partenaires de divers horizons, la communauté Lionstech.
Pan-African phone manufacturer Mara Group has launched a free educational online course with the aim to boost blockchain adoption and digital finance literacy in Africa.
The Polygon Bootcamp and Hackathon will be the company’s first edition in Africa and will introduce developers in the region to the Polygon ecosystem using Xend Finance and Polygon technologies.
Mara, un écosystème panafricain de la finance numérique, a lancé la Mara Academy, une plateforme éducative qui propose des cours en ligne dans le domaine de la finance numérique et de la technologie blockchain.
Nigerian blockchain payments startup Bitmama announced a pre-seed extension of $1.65 million, adding to the $350,000 it received last October, thus closing the round at $2 million, led by Unicorn Growth Capital and Launch Africa.
Unicorn Growth Capital, an Africa-focused venture fund and EchoVC, a technology-focused, early-stage venture capital firm, have joined the Celo Foundation to support growth of Web3 projects across Africa.