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Golix Offers Africans Free Cryptocurrencies in Token Sale Giveaway

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Golix Offers Africans Free Cryptocurrencies

Golix, the Pan African cryptocurrencies startup with exchanges across the continent is distributing cryptocurrency to all Africans as part of its token sale campaign.

The company is conducting a series of giveaway campaigns targeted at everyone in Africa interested in its token sale. This is part of a drive to raise an awareness of how cryptocurrencies can be used to solve some everyday challenges and to showcase the continent’s diversity.

Until the 25th of July 2018 when its token sale ends, Golix will be distributing a total of 1 million GLX tokens to people who take part in daily quizzes and competitions.

These will focus on trivia specific to Africa, the African payments space and cryptocurrencies in general. There will also be GLX token giveaways for people who create and share content on Africa such as short videos, blog posts, and pictures.

All this will be under the hashtags #AfricaIsNotACountry and #GLXTokens.

Golix Launches ICOEach of the GLX tokens is valued at 5.6 cents and will be distributed to winners after the sale ends. The tokens will be tradeable on any of Golix’s active exchanges.

Speaking on the idea behind the giveaway Tawanda Kembo the CEO of Golix explained that his team had been motivated by a desire to open cryptocurrencies to people in Africa who had never accessed them.

“We are aware that digital currencies can solve some of the problems we face as a continent. Areas like cross-border payments and remittances that most Africans can relate to can and should be improved by the use of cryptocurrencies. We want to demonstrate this using an alternative currency that isn’t exclusive to people with credit cards or bank accounts,” he said.

Kembo also shed some light on the #AfricaIsNotACountry campaign saying,

“We are often viewed as one single country with the same identity yet Africa has so much diversity that should be celebrated. We want the distribution of our token to people here to bring that out and demonstrate just how rich our culture and creativity are.”

The Golix token sale was launched on the 1st of June 2018. It is a campaign to raise US$32 million through a crowdfunding technique used more commonly by cryptocurrency startups.

Golix has already opened exchanges in seven African countries and wants to use the proceeds of its token sale to extend its presence to more countries, providing the continent with financial autonomy.

You can read more about the Golix token sale by following this link.

 

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CoinCola’s First Meet-up in Lagos

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LAGOS, Nigeria, July 18, 2019 — A few days ago, the first-ever CoinCola meet up took place at the prestigious Tayo Aderinokun Lecture Theatre located in the University of Lagos, Nigeria. The event, which took place on the 13th of July 2019 had over 120 persons in attendance including businessmen, students, crypto traders, blockchain analysts, crypto experts, local media companies and many newbies to cryptocurrency.

CoinColaThe meet-up was also attended by the CEO of Coincola.com Allan Zhang, the Business Manager of CoinCola, Ivan Chan, an International staff of CoinCola Abby and the Regional Manager for CoinCola in Africa, Samuel Joseph.

Ivan Chan started the event with a brief introduction to what CoinCola is all about and the purpose for the meet-up in the University of Lagos. He stated the vision of CoinCola and how the company seeks to connect Africans to the future of finance.

Over the course of the event, CoinCola’s CEO & Founder Allan Zhang talked about the outlook of blockchain technologies, his thoughts on Libra coin by facebook, strategic goals of CoinCola, the unique characteristics of CoinCola and the business use-case models of CoinCola.

During a short speech presentation, CoinCola’s Regional Manager Samuel Joseph gave an opening speech, spoke about the core features of CoinCola, such as fast escrow market, inbuilt exchange, face ID recognition system and a hint on how students of Unilag can make money from CoinCola.

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Moreover, the meetup participants had the opportunity to participate in several CoinCola games, such as “find your family” fly your airplane ” and a chance to win 100 Naira worth of Bitcoin. The game session was led by Abby and assisted by Samuel Joseph.

Over the course of the event, the Regional Manager for CoinCola Joseph Samuel held a round table session with some key leaders in the Nigerian crypto space such as Chris Ani, Tony Nwabishop, a Dash representative, a pro trader and the CEO of CoinCola Allan Zhang.  The round table discussion was centered around bitcoin’s adoption in Africa and why crypto is a better way to carry out remittance. The session lasted for over 25 minutes with great inputs from all members of the round table.

CoinCola team is super excited about the success of the meet-up in Unilag and the great yearning by the Nigerian youth to learn about the future of finance. for that reason, The Busines officer, Ivan, announced the three job openings for vigorous Nigerians who are passionate about cryptocurrency and are willing to join the CoinCola team grow its presence in Nigeria.

CoinCola team looks forward to having more meet-ups around Nigeria, getting more partnerships with local Nigerian influencers and media house so as to help grow the knowledge of cryptocurrency and blockchain which will at the end lead the people of Nigeria into the future of finance.

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Africa Blockchain Alliance Announces Call for Applications for Second Cohort of Africa Blockchain Developer Program

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July 15, 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa – In February 2019, Africa Blockchain Alliance (ABA) announced the launch of Africa Blockchain Developer Program in partnership with ConsenSys Academy, the educational arm of ConsenSys, a market-leading blockchain technology company. 

The program was launched to give developers in Africa the opportunity to gain the skills to become industry-ready blockchain developers and empower them with the tools they need to leverage blockchain to solve some of the pressing problems in Africa and the world.

ConsensysThe first cohort of the program is graduating in July 2019 and applications are now open for the second cohort starting in August 2019. Africa Blockchain Alliance is looking to increase the number of developers and country representation with this next cohort and will also be awarding scholarships to a number of developers for the program, thanks to a $10,000 grant from ConsenSys Grants, which was announced during the 2019 Ethereal Summit in New York in May 2019.

The program, which is mostly online with in-person sessions in select cities, gives developers in Africa access to ConsenSys Academy’s Developer course at a significantly discounted rate. Developers on the course will have access to dedicated mentors who will have weekly office hours with them for 1 to 2 hours per week and answer their questions daily. Developers will also have unlimited access to an online forum with over 2,000 developers who are all current and past developers trained by Consensys Academy. The program will run for a period of 11 to 12 weeks (approximately 3 months) starting from August 2019. On successful completion of the program, graduates will be issued certificates on the Ethereum blockchain and given the opportunity to work on blockchain projects in Africa and around the world.

Here is what some of the developers from the first cohort had to say about the program;

Kwadwo Amo-Addai (Ghana): The Africa Blockchain Developer Program is one of the best online education programs I’ve taken in my life. It has successfully initiated me into the Blockchain space, and fully-prepared me for venturing into this emerging technology sector.”

Allan Katongole (Uganda): “The Africa Blockchain Developer Program was quite informative both in a theoretical and practical aspect. The mentorship and office hour sessions were top notch and provided efficient and quick solutions in situations where I was stuck technically.”

 AFRICA BLOCKCHAIN DEVELOPER PROGRAMWael Yousfi (Tunisia): “Three months ago, I joined the first cohort of the Africa Blockchain Developer Program. It gave me the opportunity to learn more about Ethereum blockchain development. I learned to develop solidity smart contracts and I built my own decentralized application using solidity and truffle. Thanks to Africa Blockchain Alliance for giving me the opportunity to be part of this program. I highly recommend it to every African developer interested in blockchain development.”

For more information, please visit: http://afriblockchain.org/developer/ 

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VibraVid: A Solution to YouTube Woes

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We mostly use the internet nowadays, even children at their very young ages are hooked on to the gadgets and the internet. They even have their own YouTube stars and sensations. Indeed, Ryan of Ryan Toys Review was recorded by Forbes as YouTube’s highest-earning star, raking in $22m.  

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A seven-year-old boy who reviews toys has been revealed as YouTube’s highest-earning star, raking in $22m (£17.3m).

The young boy was asked by the NBC, why kids liked watching his videos, Ryan – who is now eight – replied: “Because I’m entertaining and I’m funny.”

Every toy that he features on his blog was instantly selling out making him get more sponsors, doubling his net worth. 

When you gave your smartphone to your child and they started to play random videos on YouTube, did they get a penny from watching them? Aside from gadgets being harmful to mental health and eyesight if they’re spending more time on the internet, maybe they can learn some words and things from it. The video creator will surely earn when your kiddo watches the videos, what about your child? Absolutely not.

On the other hand, old vloggers may be lucky as they already built a strong fan base before this industry hit the market so hard, but things are not in favor of new YouTube vloggers. Huge numbers of them are struggling to promote their contents. Simply because there are too many of them competing now. They’re having a hard time gaining real followers that will support them from start to end. It becomes a competition where things are really unfortunate and makes them lose their passion.

As we stand on the threshold of the next wave of the digital content revolution with the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), this digital content vulnerability could become more than problematic unless we transform the basic platform that we use.

What if we combine it with Blockchain?

What if we tokenise everything?

What if we use the platform, VIBRAVID

VibraVid is a decentralised online sharing platform built on the TRON blockchain that’s aiming to become a decentralised answer to the industry giants like YouTube. The platform aims to transform how consumers interact with digital content and in the process increase the revenue potential for content creators.

VibraVid aims to deliver content directly from creators to users, thereby eliminating the presence of intermediaries in the form of record companies, labels, physical media manufacturers, banking organisations, etc. As a result, internal reserves for revenue creators of content will be significantly increased.  

In the VibraVid Platform, both content creators and fans/listeners can earn money with the innovation of Blockchain.

What is BeatzCoin? 

BeatzCoinBeatzCoin is a cryptocurrency that has value, just like Bitcoin (BTC), and is used in transactions and functions in the VibraVid platform. It is built on the Tron (TRX) network. With Tron, MainNet will be used for all cryptocurrency transactions made between users. Transactions made within the platform, between wallets have been tested to be confirmed in 3-5 seconds. BeatzCoin can be bought and used to pay for video and audio content, marketing and advertising by users, creators and advertisers. You can also earn BeatzCoin through airdrops, bounties, content creation, publishing, promotion, sales, rentals, events, event tickets, fan merchandise, tips, crowdfunding donations and staking. 

BeatzCoin was endorsed by the famous blockchain influencer John McAfee, who is an outspoken member of the team. They have recently completed the private beta test and will launch the app publicly as early as July 31st.

Making money is now easy, but remember, just because you made a lot of money doesn’t mean you know how to spend or invest it well. Do not lose faith because you’re struggling with platforms such as YouTube, there is an alternative, VibraVid. Continue making great content, continue positively influencing people’s lives, but get what you deserve, be a pioneer with VibraVid.

For more information please direct to our official pages: 

Website | Whitepaper | Artist Accelerator | Bounty Campaign | English Telegram community more than 19,300 members | Korean Telegram Community with  835 members | Twitter | YouTube | Facebook | Discord | Reddit | Ann Thread

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