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Blockchain To Bring Transparency and Wealth to Coffee Farmers in Ethiopia

Blockchain To Bring Transparency and Wealth to Coffee Farmers in Ethiopia (1)

Reuters reported earlier today on the initiative of a roastery in Ethiopia under the brand Moyee to use blockchain in supply chain management and improve coffee farmers’ incentive. Most coffee exporters process the beans elsewhere and among other things, price fluctuations make the business an uphill battle for farmers. Despite the business being a very lucrative one, most farmers in …


Africa and the Middle East: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 9th to 15th February 2019

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Africa and the Middle East Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country. South Africa LUNO Agrees With New South African Crypto Regulations: A positive response has been shown by LUNO (crypto platform based in South Africa), towards proposed crypto …


Africa and the Middle East: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 2-8 February 2019

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Africa and the Middle East Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country. South Africa Blockchain Companies Respond to New Legislation: In the aftermath of the new proposed crypto legislation by the government of South Africa, companies are now starting …


Africa, China Mobile Tech Market and Cryptocurrency Revolution

Africa, China Mobile Tech Market and Cryptocurrency Revolution

Africa may have contributed a great deal to Bitcoin transactions, according to peer-to-peer crypto exchange Paxful. This has been partly due to the increased inflation rate in some countries and the fact that cryptocurrencies appeal to a large number of underbanked and unbanked individuals on the continent. The quest to venture into cryptocurrency related business relation as the opportunity in …


Paxful Records 130% Crypto Volume Spike in Africa Last Year

Paxful Records 130% Crypto Volume Spike in Africa Last Year

Peer-to-peer (P2P) payment logistics platform Paxful has recorded a huge swell in Bitcoin transactions from the African continent in 2018. With an average of 17, 351 transactions a day being made by African users, this took the increase in trade volume to over 130% over the course of last year, echoing many analysts’ claims that Africa will be the next …


Africa and the Middle East: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 19 to 25 January 2019

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Africa and the Middle East Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here, we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news, continent by continent and country by country. South Africa South Africa Looks to Regulate and De-Anonymize Bitcoin Transactions: As per a recent consultation paper published by the South African Reserve Bank, the government is set …


Ghana Mulls Positive Crypto Legislation

Ghana Mulls Positive Crypto Legislation

There are indications in some cryptocurrency circles in Ghana that its Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may be prepared to release its stranglehold on the space, which currently doesn’t allow trading. This would represent a major turnaround though, given that currently all businesses are banned from conducting cryptocurrency transactions in the African nation. This despite Paxful, the world’s leading cryptocurrency-marketplace, …


Africa and the Middle East: Crypto and Blockchain News Roundup 12th to 18th January 2019

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Africa and the Middle East Welcome to another weekly blockchain news roundup from around the world. Here we present to you all the latest Bitcoin news continent by continent and country by country. South Africa South Africa’s Central Bank Proposes Rules for Crypto Companies: South African Reserve Bank (SARB), as it attempts to protect customers and investors from the vulnerabilities in …


South African Central Bank to Impose “Limited Regulations” on Crypto Exchanges

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South Africa’s central bank has stated that it will propose rules and regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet providers. At the initial stage, it will be mandatory for all exchanges to register with regulators. The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) published a consultation paper on Wednesday in which it maintained that the unregulated status of crypto asset sellers is making consumers …


IBM’s Blockchain Platform Expands Supply Chain Solutions to Track Mined Metal

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IBM will use the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain platform to track supply chains for the metal mining industry. The company recently announced two separate projects for its abovementioned aim. One of the two projects will seek to supervise the shipping of metals from a Mexico-based mine. IBM will work with Canadian company called MineHub Technologies, which tracks metal ore movement from …


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