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Everest and 1000 Alternatives Partner to Accelerate Blockchain Innovation in Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda

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SAN DIEGO, Oct. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Everest, a biometry-based, value transfer company, and 1000 Alternatives, a leader in social impact development, today announced a new partnership created to accelerate blockchain innovation and spur economic development in Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda, with the goal of extending that progress throughout Africa. The partnership will utilize 1000 Alternatives’ incubators in each country to train entrepreneurs to build distributed applications (“DApps”) on top of the Everest platform.

Development of DApps on top of the Everest platform will create jobs, reduce the costs of doing business and grant greater economic access to millions of individuals previously lacking access to these connective technologies. The Everest-enabled DApps will have a variety of applications, including micro-banking with built-in know your customer (“KYC”) / anti-money laundering (“AML”) and value storage; healthcare services with native document storage and sharing; and app-based mortgage lending with native KYC, document storage and messaging.

“We are thrilled to partner with Everest, which is focused on the use of blockchain technology for social good,” said Athman Ali, CEO of 1000 Alternatives. “We see a lot of opportunity in the use of blockchains to reduce middle-men costs and we are excited about having access to the Everest platform to empower our entrepreneurs to build modern distributed applications.”

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Everest’s partnership with 1000 Alternatives will utilize 1000 Alternatives’ incubators in Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda to train entrepreneurs to build distributed applications (“DApps”) on top of the Everest platform.

“Our partnership with 1000 Alternatives enables entrepreneurs across Africa to leverage the distributed foundation and powerful technology stack of the Everest platform, creating new and innovative applications and quickly bringing them to market,” said Bob Reid, CEO and co-founder of Everest. “We are excited about this new partnership and look forward to seeing entrepreneurs leverage these existing, proven technologies to develop and deliver unique DApps.”

Everest, founded in 2016, is a leader in biometric identification, digital wallet and distributed ledger (blockchain) technologies, offering an integrated suite of tools to deliver a full eBanking platform. The Everest platform provides many of the atomic tools required to develop DApps, including EverID, a biometrically based digital identity; EverWallet, a multi-currency and document storage solution; and EverChain, a high-speed distributed ledger. The Everest protocol and application programming interface (“API”) enable many functional services to be built using the same primitives used to make EverID and EverWallet.

1000 Alternatives was founded in 2018 with locations rolling out in Singapore, Kenya, Rwanda and Nigeria, and incubates, invests in and scales profitable lock-step ventures that deliver positive social impact through their products and services.

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Blockchain Africa Conference 2020 Announces Binance as a Premier Sponsor

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Bitcoin Events is pleased to announce Binance as Premier Sponsor of the Blockchain Africa Conference 2020

Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange by daily trading volume, is expanding its operations in Africa and is a proud sponsor of the Blockchain Africa Conference 2020. Binance was founded by CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) in 2017 and is now the top global trading platform for over 100 cryptocurrencies.

At the Blockchain Africa Conference 2020, Binance will detail its expansion efforts into South Africa as well as its projects and initiatives with the Binance Charity Foundation.

“Binance is proud to be open for business in South Africa, which is one of the most exciting markets for crypto,” CZ said.

BinanceThe company’s first expansion on the African continent was in Uganda in 2018 when it opened the first fiat-crypto exchange with trading pairs with the Ugandan Shilling. Binance also partnered with a global payment technology company allowing Nigerians to purchase BTC, BUSD, BNB with Naira (NGN) with debit and credit cards.

“Binance is dedicated to increasing the freedom of money and the advancement of blockchain technology. The African continent is a major part of this mission – where millions are unbanked but remain innovative in their use of technology. The Blockchain Africa conference is leading conversations around cryptocurrency and blockchain technology in Africa and Binance is keen to communicate with key industry stakeholders and thought leaders in Africa to jointly promote technology evolution in this new era across the continent,” he added.

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Terrabit Enables Web Staking for CREDIT Token Holders

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Feb. 15, 2020 — Leading South African blockchain company Terrabit has announced the launch of web staking for its digital currency credit (CREDIT) to enable anyone with an internet connection to earn staking rewards.

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Terrabit is a South African cryptocurrency exchange that offers fiat-to-crypto services in five African countries. The trading platform features all major coins and pays 100% of fees to users through referral. At Terrabit’s core, it offers users a decentralised digital payment solution and a hybrid PoW/PoS blockchain, CREDIT.

Terrabit provides CREDIT holders with a range of exchange options, zero transaction fees, and fast payments. Additionally, the company provides a staking platform and wallet, MiniPOS, which offers the most straightforward and rewarding CREDIT “mining” solution available on any digital device.

Now, CREDIT holders can also stake their tokens online to earn up to 100% staking reward per annum via Terrabit simple-and-easy-to-use web staking platform. This enables anyone with an internet connection to earn staking rewards when holding CREDIT.

CREDIT web staking features include:

  • Web-based CREDIT staking up to 100% per year
  • Profit is paid hourly
  • No lock-in period
  • 5 level referral
  • Easy-to-use

Daniele Marco Ronchese, founder of TerraBit and creator of CREDIT, said: “We are delighted to introduce web staking as a service to CREDIT holders as a new and convenient way to earn staking rewards.”

“Cryptocurrency staking has traditionally involved a complicated technical setup that has acted as a barrier to entry for the average investor. With our new web staking offering, we can empower all digital currency investors – big and small – to start earning staking rewards simply by holding their tokens on our secure online platform.”

To learn more about Terrabit, CREDIT and web staking, visit www.terra-bit.io.

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30% Club – A Trading Club for Nigerian Millennials

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30% Club – a crypto trading club created for millennials – has launched its platform after six months in stealth mode. The investment club aims to be the go-to for educational and advisory resources for digital assets. By breaking the barrier to crypto investing we serve as a bridge for Nigerians looking to profit from crypto. 

The club is non-custodial which means members handle & manage their capital personally. 30%Club does not invest nor trade on behalf of the public. We simply provide educational and advisory services to our members. Users who sign-up have access to a dashboard with educational resources, market insights, instructional videos & trade signals. 

30% ClubCrypto is a next-generation asset class, the club helps you navigate profitably in this wild, volatile but lucrative market. We simplify crypto trading, breaking down the skill barriers while bridging the knowledge gap. The club provides a seamless educational experience & on-boarding into crypto trading. Our trade signals target 30% accumulated returns within 6-12 months.

Davidson Atere-Roberts, founder of the club, adds we are extremely bullish about the long term prospects of Bitcoin as an asset class. As the digital asset industry matures there are still regulatory & adoption challenges also quite a lot of scams tbh. The problem the club is trying to solve is clear, Crypto is complex so most folks who want to dabble are confused and scared not forgetting the trauma from the last crypto bubble burst. Our value proposition is precise: simplifying crypto investing while employing disciplined trading strategies.

Join us at the trading club that helps African millennials profit from crypto! 

You can access the 30%Club on www.30percent.club and interact on Twitter @30clubng.

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