As cryptocurrencies continue to grow in popularity, more and more digital tokens and currencies continue to launch. One such digital currency is DasCoin, which was launched in 2017. While many have invested in DasCoin, just as they have with other cryptocurrencies, it now appears that DasCoin – a multi-level marketing (MLM) company – may be a scam preying on unknowing cryptocurrency newcomers.
Calling itself the “currency of trust”, DasCoin is a “cryptocurrency” operation that seemingly works effectively in the same way as the disgraced pyramid scheme OneCoin. Anyone looking to invest in DasCoin can do so through DasCoin’s NetLeaders. The main role of the NetLeaders is to “educate” people and spread the news about DasCoin to influence more people to join its network and secure their own NetLeaders licenses, which range from anywhere between €100 to €25,000. The license subscription fee is paid using fiat currency. For any “investor”, a license is their entry point and the higher their investment, the more cycles they are able to get to increase the amount of DasCoins they can earn.
In one of its promotional videos, DasCoin introduces its team of “NetLeaders” who include a Ugandan government senior official and advisor to the president, a financial advisor, a university professor and an entrepreneur. The company claims that the team has already started implementing solutions on the DasCoin blockchain, such as smart contracts, record keeping, a utility value chain, and remittances.
DasCoin’s activities in African villages, where it purports to give access to utilities like clean water and electricity, seem to be an effort targeted at luring unsuspecting people into what can only be described as a pyramid scheme.
How Digital Currencies Work
Cryptocurrencies were established to give people the freedom to make financial transactions without the need for a financial intermediary. They run on decentralised networks that allow individuals to electronically exchange money just the way they would an email. These peer-to-peer transactions are processed over a blockchain network, happen almost in real-time and can be done by anyone with an Internet connection without having to pay money to become an affiliate.
However, this is far from how the DasCoin “cryptocurrency” operates as it only works within its own DasCoin “Blockchain Technology” network.
How DasCoin Works
Contrary to how actual cryptocurrencies work, DasCoin requires those willing to invest – affiliates – to purchase licenses from the NetLeaders. As such, affiliates earn money when the members they “educate” invest in DasCoin. Affiliates are encouraged to invest anything between €100 to €25,000 and, in return, receive between 1,265 and 373,750 cycles of up to three upgrades. The cycles are the basic building blocks of the DasCoin Blockchain Technology. An upgrade gets triggered when the cycles converted into DasCoins goes below 50 percent efficiency from a starting point of 100 percent efficiency.
The NetLeaders affiliates are the only people who hold the DasCoin cryptocurrency while DasCoin’s internal value is regulated by DasCoin. The investor contributions are made to the DasCoin “portfolio manager” who is in charge of the whole operation. However, it seems that the work of the “portfolio manager” is to steer clear of real investment ventures and, instead, transfer money from one client to the other as there is no visible course of action by the company to generate any revenue for its “investors”.
Judging by the setup of its operations, DasCoin looks like a typical Ponzi scheme that is built in a way that the first investors recruit more investors who are required to recruit additional investors for earlier investors to make money.
Typical of similar schemes, investors are lured into the schemes by the pretense of being educated on the evident opportunities that will provide them with a chance to acquire wealth quickly. In DasCoin, this is through the money that is generated from the DasCoin NetLeaders who then recruit affiliate investors. Similar to the fraudulent MLM OneCoin network that collapsed recently, DasCoin basically operates the same way suggesting that it is more of a scam than a “currency of trust”. The DasCoin model with varying upgrades and cycles as shown below:
- Standard – invest €100 EUR and receive 1265 cycles and 1 upgrade
- Manager – invest €500 EUR and receive 6325 cycles and 1 upgrade
- Pro – invest €2000 EUR and receive 27,600 cycles and 1 upgrade
- Executive – invest €5000 EUR and receive 74,750 cycles and 2 upgrades
- Vice-President – invest €12,500 and receive 247,500 cycles and 2 upgrades
- President – invest €25,000 EUR and receive 373,750 cycles and 3 upgrades
People Behind DasCoin
DasCoin’s CEO and founder, Michael Mathias, has been previously linked to the OneCoin MLM pyramid scheme that went bankrupt. In a video addressing his involvement in OneCoin, Mathias admits that he got curious about cryptocurrency after seeing the OneCoin model which he calls “interesting”. He further states that he scheduled meetings with the people behind OneCoin as part of his research to understand the model better and even bought some of the packages OneCoin was offering.
In September 2017, Malta Today ran a piece on Mathias after he was seen on a picture with Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, which suggested that DasCoins is an offshoot of OneCoin and runs the same fraudulent business model. Mathias responded by referring to the article as “fake news” and stated he has no affiliation with OneCoin. However, according to Behind MLM, he was named as one of the hosts at a OneCoin launch event in the U.S. in 2015.
Mathias has once also termed the OneCoin model as a strong marketing model that he wanted to protect and was the motivator behind starting DasCoin. This would suggest that DasCoin was not designed to be the “currency of trust” it claims to be but was instead designed to carry on the OneCoin MLM legacy in a new format. If not, why develop something that is so similar to a model that made thousands of investors lose their money with lies of earning more money?
Is DasCoin a Scam?
A user by the name of “tmpf” wrote about DasCoin in the Bitcoin Talk Forum: “[DasCoin is a] virus as in contagious and dangerous scamming methods, not as in malware on your hard disk. The Onecoin model of bullshit “cryptocurrency” married to a hard sell MLM pyramid is attracting several copycats, Leocoin, Capricoin, Swisscoin and Swiscoin amongst many others…Gullible real “investors” soon realise they are locked into the scheme and all they have bought is promises of Da Moon from chronic MLM promoters like J Ryan Conley and the Onecoin Mafia. The latest in this shower of shit is DAScoin, operated by Coinleaders, a Singapore/Dubai/Hong Kong based collection of MLM veterans.”
In addition, an article on Steemit by “cryptoviking” gives an in-depth review on why DasCoin is very likely a scam. And he is not the only one. Ethan Vanderbuilt also wrote an article detailing why DasCoin is a scam and why people need to keep away from it. Both authors have received both positive and negative feedback on their articles with the majority of the criticism coming from people who have a stake in DasCoin.
While there are some who view MLMs as an honest investment opportunity, research has shown that in such businesses, participants tend to lose most of their invested funds. This has especially been the case in the cryptocurrency space. Those who benefit from such schemes are the founders and those on the top of the pyramid who control the money and when the network has grown and they have cashed in, cry foul by going bankrupt or claiming a hack and not paying out the promised returns to investors.
DasCoin’s framework is nothing new as it is based on the same type of MLM operation that was used by pyramid schemes such as OneCoin, MMM, and BitConnect before they collapsed leaving their victims with millions of losses. As an investor, you should always be cautious and conduct thorough due diligence before making any investments, especially when they involve aspects of multi-level marketing.
Pesamill Review: Everything You Need to Know About This New Cryptocurrency Exchange
Pesamill is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange that allows users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies using a variety of payment methods. The platform seeks to offer investors easier access to cryptocurrency exchange services by incorporating a variety of local fiat currency trading options.
In this Pesamill review, we will explore the features that make the exchange unique and how you can go about buying and selling cryptocurrency on this newly-launched digital asset exchange.
Pesamill is a Kenya-based digital asset exchange that was launched in 2018 to solve some of the challenges faced by cryptocurrency users when accessing global cryptocurrency exchanges.
To begin with, the exchange has simplified the signing up process and kept KYC (Know-Your-Customer) requirements for users to a minimum. The KYC process is custom built to cater to a variety of users across different markets.
The platform incorporates a number of payment options which include mobile money, Visa, Mastercard, and bank transfers, and has a friendly user interface that is easy to navigate together with a customer care chat functionality to guide users.
How To Trade Bitcoin on Pesamill?
Once you have verified your email address then you can proceed to the Pesamill dashboard. On the top left corner of the dashboard, there is a tab that offers you the option to switch between different operational layouts. Quick mode offers you a simple layout with the list of cryptocurrencies supported, and their retail prices in USD.
For instance, if you click on the bitcoin column you can choose to buy either $50, $100, $200 and $500 worth of BTC. To buy a different amount you can input the figure directly at the bottom of the page and execute a USD/BTC trade. To keep track of your trade there is a ‘my order’ tab which shows you the status of your order and account history.
The advanced mode offers you more specialised trading tools whereas quick mode is simpler and user-friendlier but it limits you to buying cryptocurrency only.
Advanced mode allows you to both buy and sell cryptocurrency. The minimum amount you need to place an order is $15 while the maximum amount you can place an order for is $10,000.99. It is important to note that these limits can sometimes change slightly from one session to another.
In addition, you can track trading patterns on the platform, the volumes of different buy and sell orders, as well as the status of your orders. The advanced mode also incorporates charts to view the price activity of the cryptocurrency you want to trade.
Registration and KYC
Upon signing up to Pesamill and securing your account, the next step is to update your details. This stage is crucial since you can only start trading once the KYC process has been completed. To begin the process you will click on the ‘Update Your Details’ tab on the top right corner of the dashboard after the ‘My Wallet’ tab.
The first step in the process requires you to establish your profile. You will need to provide extra details such as your date of birth, address and phone number. A confirmation code will be sent to your phone to verify the number. The next step will need you to upload two important documents namely, your identity card, and passport size photograph. The last option will require you to input your bank details though it is optional.
Once the whole process has been completed the Pesamill team will verify your KYC application and revert to you once the process is successful.
Trading Options, Deposits, and Withdrawals
Pesamill enables you to trade in Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ether (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and EOS (EOS).
Upon creating your account you will receive emails containing your wallet address for each of the listed cryptocurrencies. You can deposit money into your account using the fiat currency option you selected when signing up and it will automatically be converted to USD. The funds deposited should reflect almost immediately into your account.
To withdraw money from your account all you need to do is enter your bank details on your profile, click on the ‘Withdraw’ tab and input the necessary amount to withdraw. You can only withdraw from your account and not from any of the individual cryptocurrency wallets you possess. Also, cryptocurrency coins cannot be withdrawn directly as fiat currency. Instead, you will need to sell your cryptocurrency to convert it to fiat money. Once the purchaser has sent the money to your account then you can withdraw.
The prices of the listed cryptocurrencies are updated every ten seconds to enable traders to keep track of volatility in the market. If you are looking to transfer digital currency from your online wallet to your personal wallet or to another recipient the process is straightforward.
For example, to send bitcoin you will click on the ‘My Wallet’ tab on the dashboard. Proceed to the bitcoin wallet tab on the left-hand corner and click on it to view your balance. You will notice the ‘Send’ and ‘Receive’ tab at the centre column in the page.
To send BTC, click on the ‘Send’ tab and input the value and recipient wallet address on the pop-up window. To receive BTC click on the ‘Receive’ tab and copy the public key on the pop-up window and provide it to the sender. Alternatively, you can scan the QR code and provide the same to the other party.
Fees and Security
Pesamill is yet to release a comprehensive breakdown of their fees though it is stated in the FAQs that use of conventional payment methods when buying cryptocurrency will attract higher charges to mitigate against the risk of transactions being reversed. If you are sending or receiving cryptocurrency then normal network charges will apply and this varies between different coins.
The exchange has strong security protocols in place to safeguard sensitive user information and funds. Information such as personal details, account numbers, routing numbers is stored using bank-level AES-256 encryption. Also, all traffic is transmitted over SSL “(Secure Socket Layer) to prevent third-parties from accessing your connection.
Pesamill also deploys a two-factor authentication system to ensure they are no unauthorised or fraudulent logins. In addition, the exchange has very strict AML (Anti Money Laundering) procedures in place to ensure the platform is not used to launder money, finance illegal activities or support terrorism. They include:
- You must undergo the KYC process before being allowed to trade.
- You can only withdraw fiat currency to a bank account with the same name as your Pesamill account.
- You can only deposit fiat currency from a bank account with the same name as your Pesamill account.
- Pesamill will not hesitate to report any illegal activity to the relevant authorities.
Mobile Version and Customer Support
Moreover, the customer care team is very responsive to customer inquiries which can be made through live chat or emails through their support email addresses. The platform also provides an extensive guide for the users through their FAQs.
Pesamill will likely prove popular among cryptocurrency users in Africa with its incorporation of mobile money, and enabling customers to make deposits in local fiat currency. Its easy-to-use interface and stringent security measures give it an added value proposition for traders around the globe. Regulators, on the other hand, will be more receptive to the exchange since it has embraced KYC/AML policies that are essential to safeguarding customers.
If you are looking to trade digital assets in Africa, then Pesamill should be a good fit for you.
Is Apexcoins the Latest Bitcoin Scam to Hit Africa?
As more and more people are becoming interested in investing in cryptocurrencies, there has been an increase in the number of scams that have been set up with the sole purpose of stealing funds from digital currency investors. Apexcoins seems to be the latest cryptocurrency scam to hit the African market.
What is Apexcoins?
“Apexcoins offers investors an opportunity to obtain exposure to cryptocurrencies whilst benefiting from the stability of asset-backed security,” according to their description on their LinkedIn page.
They go on to state that they “allow investors the opportunity to move against volatility in the cryptocurrency markets, without incurring the frictional costs of converting their holdings into fiat”.
In simple terms, Apexcoins claims to give its investors an opportunity to see their cryptocurrency grow by investing it for them.
Apexcoins was allegedly established in 2016 and is a subsidiary of Apex Limited, a United Kingdom registered company. Moreover, the company claims to have operations in 20+ countries, including Kenya, where it says it serves 2,000+ customers and has more than ten representatives.
How Does Apexcoins Claim to Work?
Priding itself as a company that is a link between financial traders, experts and investors globally, Apexcoins boasts that its investments are backed by real-life assets. In order to invest in Apexcoins, you first need to buy bitcoin, which is the primary and only digital currency that the company uses. If you do not own bitcoin, you will have to purchase BTC from online exchanges.
With bitcoin at hand, the next step is to engage with an “Apexcoins specialist” to invest the cryptocurrency for you. What the Apexcoins specialist allegedly will do is reinvest your money, now in cryptocurrency and not fiat currency, for you in real assets like real estate property and securities in a bid to have your money earn profits for you.
Simply put, for you to have Apexcoins invest and earn profits on your behalf, you first have to buy bitcoin and deposit them in their Apexcoins account where – through a claimed partnership with financial traders and experts, the company says it will generate a guaranteed profit for you.
These “guaranteed” profits are allegedly paid out weekly in bitcoin at a given rate depending on one of the three investment schemes that an investor chooses. Apexcoins has three investment schemes with interest rates – each much higher than interest rates on any established investments. An investor can opt for either one of the three schemes as described below:
- Basic investment plan where investors invest anything between $100-1,000 with a guarantee of 8.25 percent weekly interest for a period of three months.
- Premium holder plan where investors invest anything between $1,000-100,000 with a guarantee of a 30 percent monthly interest for a period of either one, three or six months.
- VIP investment plan where investors invest anything more than $100,000 with a 33 percent interest guarantee per month for a six month period.
Investors have the option to reinvest their returns back into the business or take the whole amount after the end period for the particular investment scheme they have chosen.
However, no mention was made on the company website (before it went offline) of how Apexcoins goes about investing your funds and how they are able to generate a much higher return on investment, on a monthly basis, than any other legitimate investment management company ever has in the history of the financial markets.
Is Apexcoins a Scam?
Unfortunately, Africa has become a popular market for Ponzi schemes and other fraudulent get-rich-quick schemes. A lack of jobs, financial resources, and investment education make people very susceptible to these type of schemes.
Apexcoins is keen on solidifying its interest in not just the Kenyan market but also in South Africa and Ghana. However, for a company that prides itself in professionalism and transparency, there seems to be a lot to question about Apexcoins.
For one, their LinkedIn page seems to have information that cannot be verified as it shows that they are located in three countries: Great Britain, South Africa, and Kenya. However, despite being in these three locations and stating that they have more than 10,000 plus employees, a simple search on LinkedIn only shows results for three employees, two in Kenya and one in Ghana. In addition, they seem to have no employees in London, which is where they are supposedly headquartered.
For a company with alleged operations in three countries and which boasts of 10 plus representatives in Kenya alone, this information cannot be verified with a simple search on one of the world’s leading recruitment platform. Apexcoins launched in Kenya in 2018 and even held a seminar titled ‘Investing for Profits With Apexcoins in Kenya’ to lure in “investors.” It also held seminars in other African countries. Since the completion of the seminars, however, all of its websites have since gone offline.
Our research further revealed that since they started operations in Kenya, they had not paid their Kenyan representatives and had spent time in-house trying to deliberate on the remuneration and contract issue of their representatives. This was according to an email sent by a Steve Mason, who refers to himself as a Senior Investment Specialist for Apexcoins in the email, which was posted on Facebook.
Seeing that Apexcoins claims to make profits when their investors make profits, this begs the question, for a company that allegedly has operations in more than 20 countries and oversees the portfolio of small to big clientele and has a business model that is solid and generates profits for its investors, how does it fail to make money to pay its own employees?
In addition, they state that the bitcoin price fluctuations do not affect investors in any way. How do they guarantee this? As we know, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have had a rough year, so how is that possible? No investment management operation in the world can deliver the returns that Apexcoins guarantees.
Furthermore, the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius issued a public notice on July 27, 2018, that warned its citizens to be cautious when it comes to dealing with Apexcoins as it considers Apexcoins’ operations as highly questionable.
Furthermore, in Apexcoins whitepaper, where the company’s supposed team members are listed, is lacking images of each team member, which is very odd for a whitepaper in the cryptocurrency space, but what stands out even more as another red flag is that none of the mentioned team members seem to have a digital footprint. This suggests that the names used in the whitepaper are most likely fake.
Apexcoins’ List of Red Flags
- Makes claims of impossibly high guaranteed monthly returns.
- Claims that investors cannot lose their investment.
- The company has not paid its representatives.
- Its website has disappeared.
- The Mauritian Financial Services Authority has warned its citizens against Apexcoins.
- The whitepaper mentions supposed team members without images who have no digital footprint.
Do Not Invest in Apexcoins!
Bitcoin Africa’s research into Apexcoins has concluded that our findings point towards Apexcoins being a scam. Apexcoins appears to be piggybacking off the hype surrounding cryptocurrencies to gather funds from unwitting newcomers to the digital currency space who are not able to recognise the sea of red flags.
We, therefore, recommend to avoid investing in Apexcoins as the likelihood of you receiving your invested funds back, let alone an actual return on investment, is extremely low.
Fortunately, given that their website is no longer accessible and their social media activity has fizzled out since early autumn, it seems that Apexcoins did not manage to find a footing in Africa. Perhaps the collapse of MMM has made people more sceptical about cryptocurrency investment program or the scheme made bank on its seminar attendees who invested in the scheme and decided to call it quits.
LocalBitcoins Review: Pros and Cons of Buying Bitcoin on LocalBitcoins
LocalBitcoins is a popular peer-to-peer exchange that allows users to trade bitcoin. In this LocalBitcoins review, you will learn how to use the platform and discover the pros and cons of buying and selling bitcoin on LocalBitcoins.
Getting Started on LocalBitcoins
Founded in 2012, LocalBitcoins aims to connect the masses to the bitcoin economy guided by the belief that bitcoin will transform the global financial landscape. LocalBitcoins acts as a gateway into the often complicated world of bitcoin trading and allows newbies to buy and sell the digital currency with relative ease.
To trade on LocalBitcoins, you are required to create a username, provide your email address and input a password. Once the registration is complete you will be sent a message to the email address you provided for account verification purposes. It is important to verify your account so as to activate the ‘Login Guard’ that will ensure any receive a confirmation email anytime you sign in with a different device.
Upon logging in, you will find a simple user interface on the main page of your account. On the dashboard, you will see the main sections which include buying and selling bitcoin, posting trades, customer support, inbox, and your online wallet.
At the top of the page, you will notice a search bar for you to narrow down advertisements. The rest of the page will show the most popular advertisements including volume limits and payment methods.
How to Buy Bitcoin
To buy bitcoin on LocalBitcoins, the first step would be to search for vendors who are selling bitcoin and are in your geographic location. On the search box at the top of the main page, fill in the amount you want to purchase in your currency, together with your location and the payment method you prefer. If you are uncertain on how you want to pay, then select the ‘All offers’ option on the drop-down menu. The platform will give you a list of all bitcoin traders in your area.
You will have to select a trader with a good reputation score and a high number of trades from the list of advertisements. Each advertisement has a response time indicator, which shows how prompt the trader replies to requests. To get more information about the advertisement you can click on the ‘Buy’ tab.
After clicking on the ‘Buy’ tab you can view the terms of trade. If you find them acceptable, input how much you want to purchase in the amount box, type a message for the seller and press the ‘Send trade request’ to initiate the trade. After clicking the button you must pay before the payment window is over or else the trade will automatically be cancelled.
Once you have executed the payment, press the ‘I have paid’ tab. The seller will have to verify the payment is received only then will your bitcoin be released from the escrow and made available on your LocalBitcoins wallet. If you are looking to sell bitcoin the process is almost similar and you can learn through a ‘How to Sell Bitcoin‘ guide on the site.
Main Features and Payment Options
LocalBitcoins incorporates a number of features that optimise the trading process. Top among them is its escrow service. The escrow is useful for online transactions where any cash sent during a trade is held by the escrow administration until the vendor confirms a successful exchange.
To ensure you end up selecting the right trader the site has a reputation rating system in place. Traders are ranked based on their activity, trading history, and user feedback.
Localbitcoins also offers conflict resolution in the event a dispute arises during a trade. The conflict resolution is enforced through its customer support team who are ready to handle any issues between buyers and sellers.
Perhaps the biggest selling point of LocalBitcoins is the high number of payment options available. Its payment options include but are not limited to:
- Cash on delivery
- Wire transfer
- Western Union
Fees and Security
LocalBitcoin charges a 1 percent fee on individuals who post the adverts. It is important to note, that some payment methods are more expensive on the site due to vendors running the risk of selling BTC to individuals who may initiate a chargeback, particularly for PayPal or credit card transactions. Therefore, to protect themselves against loss they increase the price for certain payment methods. Transactions to other LocalBitcoin wallets are free. When using the site merchant invoicing services a fee of 0.5 percent is deducted from the deposit. You can view more of the fee structure on the Fees Section.
While LocalBitcoins has developed a reputation for being a safe and trustworthy platform to transact in BTC, users are still advised to be cautious. The site has a 2FA Authentication procedure where you have an additional PIN code to protect you against hackers. 2FA enables you to confirm your log-ins by having a PIN code sent to your mobile device.
Having said that, it is important for you to follow certain safety measures to achieve successful trades. They include:
- Scrutinise the seller’s profile to ensure they are suitable to trade with. You can opt for traders who have been on the site for more than a year, have a 98 percent score and have successfully completed a minimum of 100 BTC trades. You can also identify verified vendors who provide their account details as well as phone numbers and addresses.
- Avoid trading with merchants externally as it negates the escrow service leaving you vulnerable. If possible ensure all communication with the seller happens on the LocalBitcoins platform.
- Do not hesitate to contact customer care or make use of the forums if you are not sure about a particular seller.
LocalBitcoins offers a variety of customer service options. When you click on the HELP tab on your dashboard, it will provide you with a drop-down list of options to choose. You can access any of the guides or go through the FAQs page for a more customised experience. In addition, you can create a customer support ticket and have your issue addressed more directly by the customer care team.
- Relatively low trading fees
- Variety of payment options
- Escrow service
- Good customer support
- Reputation ratings
- Simple user interface
- Need to be vigilant
- Bitcoin trading only, no altcoins supported
- Higher fees for cash
- Bid/Offer spread can be very wide in illiquid markets
LocalBitcoins has established itself as the world’s leading peer-to-peer bitcoin exchange. The site is an excellent choice for those who are new to trading bitcoin as well as more experienced traders who want to use a range of payment options. LocalBitcoins proves particularly popular among developing markets where most of the bitcoin trading occurs on a peer-to-peer basis.
Provided you stick to basic security practices and choose your counterparties carefully, you should have no issues whatsoever trading bitcoin on LocalBitcoins. In fact, if there is no local bitcoin exchange in your location, LocalBitcoins will probably be your go-to marketplace for buying and selling bitcoin.
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