According to Africa Renewal Online, conditions on the Africa continent are great for virtual (digital) currency. This explains the reason why interest in cryptocurrency is growing steadily in Africa. Crytocurrency is seen to be a disruptive innovation that will blossom on the continent.
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African entrepreneurs are now developing Crypto assets that seek to solve Africa’s indigenous problems such as improved healthcare, remittances, poverty alleviation, etc
Citizens of countries battling high inflation are now opting for cryptocurrency. This is because of their decentralized nature and the elimination of the regulatory role of the central bank.
Truth be told, Africa needs blockchain technology and its resultant cryptocurrencies more than any part of the world.
In this Podcast, Anthony Saint Mzungu Founder & CEO of Kwakoo Marketplace describes Onyxcoin, as the best cryptocurrency to buy now in Africa, given that it is Africa’s new monetary and wealth transfer value system.
He further attributes to Onyxcoin, the caption “the future of global payments.”
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Daniel Mugo a prominent photo-professional in Nairobi-Kenya shares with you insights into the business of photography as well as ideas on how you can sell the products of photography.
He also shares with you the basics of starting a business in photography.
Listen to him in this podcast.
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“Networking is the single most powerful marketing tactic to accelerate and sustain success for any individual or organisation!” – Adam Small
Listen to this podcast and learn the importance of business networking and how you can build a credible business network.
Thinking of becoming an African Entrepreneur implies you are taking part in solving Africa’s social problems, with a business approach.
Africa is the richest continent in the World in terms of natural resources, but the poorest in the economic scene. Thus, African entrepreneurs are always looking for avenues and opportunities to reverse this picture.
Listen to this Podcast and learn 5 business opportunities that you can invest in as an African Entrepreneurs.
After completing their studies in Asia, Edward and Ade returned to Cameroon and started the ‘NaWeWe’ Project
When we listen to the stories of others, we get to understand that we are not alone in our thoughts.
Wantoh Elvis, CEO Smart Construction Company
In the following podcast, he shares his journey with Entrepreneurs Digest.