The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has launched its 2022 Blockchain Scholarship Scheme to train 30,000 Nigerians.
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According to Bank of Namibia, digital currencies such as Bitcoin can now be used as forms of payment, even though such privately issued currencies are still not recognised as legal tender in the country.
Pan-African Crypto Exchange Yellow Card has secured $40M in a Series B round led by Polychain Capital.
African regulators are watching closely as the US and EU move to regulate the crypto industry, and with China and Russia already taking a hostile stance towards the industry, the road looks murky for African investors.
Nigeria is the most cryptocurrency-obsessed country in the world, a new study reveals.
Zero-knowledge proof is a way to verify the truth of information without revealing anything else about the information itself or the prover of that information.
The Bank of Uganda (BoU) has hinted that it is open to the idea of crypto firms participating in the regulatory sandbox.