It is important to note that the CBN’s notice is not a direct ban on cryptocurrency. What it does is ensure that organisations it regulates cannot facilitate or participate in cryptocurrency transactions.
In this article, we will be looking at the top ten Ghanaian startups to watch in 2021. The list contains old-timers who have gained a strong footing in the game and new companies looking to change how Ghanaians live and do business.
BitSika is a payment app that helps people send money instantly across countries. It is popularly known as the CashApp of Africa.
BuyCoins — a leading Nigerian cryptocurrency trading platform — has launched Sendcash in Ghana, six months after it was launched in Nigeria
Police brutality and COVID-19: two viruses currently killing Nigerians. But the former is more deadly, it has killed more Nigerian youths than COVID-19.
Bitsika announced its partnership with David Adeleke, a multiple-award-winning artist, and entrepreneur, in a press conference on Thursday, October 8.