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Gateway to Africa: Kingsland Partners With Legacy Capital to Offer Blockchain Developer Training in Mauritius

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ATLANTANov. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Kingsland University today announced their partnership with Legacy Capital to deliver Kingsland’s internationally recognised Blockchain Developer courses in MauritiusLegacy Capital is a fintech management consultancy specialising in bringing unique economic opportunities to Mauritius and the greater African region. Kingsland will offer their full course list in Mauritius, including blockchain developer and executive education courses.

“Blockchain is the great economic enabler of our time. There’s a seismic shift happening in global economies right now and no regions in the world will benefit from that shift more than those in Africa. We founded Kingsland to bring disruptive tech skills education to globally underserved regions, and so partnering with Legacy Capital to bring our blockchain education programs to Mauritius is an exciting step,” said John Souza, CEO and Founder of Kingsland University School of Blockchain.

Kingsland’s blockchain developer training programs upskill existing full stack software developers with the skills necessary to build exciting blockchain projects that are transforming the future of every industry – from agriculture, to medicine and beyond. Kingsland also provides training programs for executives and government officials who want to understand the critical challenges and impacts of blockchain on their organisations and regulatory frameworks.

Mauritius has really led the way in terms of regulation and governance in the blockchain space, particularly in relation to financial applications of the technology, and they’ve set up support for blockchain and crypto-tech businesses to establish themselves in Mauritius, so there’s a lot of potential for new opportunities and jobs growth,” said Robert H. Kim, Director of Global Development for Kingsland.

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Legacy Capital, who have a long and successful history of bringing businesses to Mauritius, see blockchain as a key to opening up the future of the African region. With an impressive arena of resources that will become available with our partnership, there is no doubt that there will be high demand for the courses that will be offered. Legacy Capital is in the process of getting the approval from the respective authorities for a partial refund on the course fees.

Legacy Capital welcomes the initiative from The Financial Services Commission in relation to the report published by The Fintech and Innovation-Driven Financial Services Regulatory Committee in Mauritius. By partnering with KingslandUniversity, Legacy Capital is setting the pace for Mauritius within the African Region to be the pioneer in the delivery of courses which will revolutionise the fintech and blockchain industry. Moreover, the Mauritian Government has recently announced its unparalleled support to promote this industry to establish itself as a gateway to Africa.

Mauritius is uniquely positioned to be a hub for fintech in Africa. Cryptocurrencies and blockchain will have a lasting impact on the region’s social, cultural, and economic outputs – but in order to capitalise on the enormous potential of the technology, we need widespread education initiatives. That’s why we’re partnering with Kingsland, and their world-leading programs to train blockchain developers,” said Rouben Chocalingum, CEO of Legacy Capital.

Courses in Mauritius are scheduled to start in 2019.

For more information on how Kingsland ensures the future of blockchain through education, visit www.kingslanduniversity.com

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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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Blockchain Africa Conference 2020 Announces Investec as Premier Sponsor

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Bitcoin Events is elated to announce that Investec Private Banking is the Premier Sponsor to the Blockchain Africa Conference 2020!

Investec provides specialist banking, wealth and investment, and asset management services. It started as a small finance company in South Africa in 1974, and today it is an international organisation trusted to manage clients’ assets worth more than £150 billion.

As sponsors of Blockchain Africa Conference 2020, we believe in the potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology and how it will possibly shape currency, banking, and investments in the future. As such, we support innovation and forward-thinking in this space. We’re excited that Blockchain Africa will be a platform for networking opportunities, global thinking, and thought leaders. We are also proud that Investec will host the event and that our own thought leaders will be part of the forum and will hopefully lend a unique perspective to the event,” said the Investec Private Banking representative.

We all understand that technology brings change. But how we experience, interpret and respond to that change is as important as the change itself. We need to understand where we are headed and why, and the impact of progressive technology on individuals, institutions, and society. 

Here is a company which stands head and shoulders above its peers, not merely because of its phenomenal growth or its sound management of assets, but because it is a trendsetter,” said Nelson Mandela at the opening of the Investec building in Johannesburg on 21 October 1998.

We look forward to partnering with Investec in this year’s Blockchain Africa Conference and hearing the Private Bank’s unique perspectives on blockchain technologies.

Introducing Keynote Speaker Chris Becker

xxChris Becker is Investec’s blockchain technologies specialist and focuses on product development and strategy for the private bank. Before moving into this role, his career spanned more than a decade as macro-economic strategist to institutional asset managers, hedge funds and commercial bank FICC desks. Chris co-founded Mises Institute South Africa in 2011 and holds an undergraduate degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Stellenbosch University. 

Chris will be addressing the conference delegates on ‘Banking on Blockchain’.

 

Cut through the hype and join us for great networking opportunities and thought-provoking discussions.

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New Featured Speakers and Conference Programme is Now LIVE

Derivatives trader Tone Vays is also a keynote speaker and will be joined by other exciting speakers such as Simon Dingle, Carmelle Cadet, Akhona Damane, Prof. Sope Williams-Elegbe, Bronwyn Williams, Jonathan Galea, Obi Ejimofo, Michael Glaros, Jean-Paul Fabri, Michelle Chivunga Nsanzumuco, Clark Thompson, Dr. Nthuthuku Bhengu and more who you can view here.

The event includes an exciting and thought-provoking programme, ranging from talks on Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI), the role of blockchain and AI in a country’s digital transformation, blockchain-based food tracking systems, how blockchain is disrupting traditional business processes in supply chains and trade finance, central bank-backed digital currencies for regional payment systems, South Africa’s plan for dealing with blockchain technology and more.

Don’t miss out on Africa’s leading blockchain conference taking place on 11-12 March 2020 in Johannesburg, South Africa!

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Since inception, Bitcoin Events have cut through the hype and challenged the critics to educate, upskill and drive long-term thinking on the strategic benefits of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology for businesses, governments, citizens, and society. View photos and videos of the past conferences.

For more information on the Blockchain Africa Conference 2020 visit our website www.blockchainafrica.co or email us at info@blockchainafrica.co

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Announcing the Whive Protocol Launch Happening on February 2, 2020

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NAIROBI, JAN 02 2020/BITHUB AFRICA/ — BitHub Africa, the leading Pan-African blockchain Accelerator, is announcing a launch for the Whive blockchain protocol happening on February 2, 2020.

Whive IO is a peer-to-peer blockchain protocol that is incentivizing the building of sustainable energy solutions through Trustless Rewards.

WhiveThe protocol achieves this through a hybrid Proof-of-Work (POW) and Proof-Of-Stake (POS) consensus algorithm that favors devices with CPU(small) processors and are located in regions with a higher Solar capture reliability index. The protocol enables the adoption of solar energy use especially in under-served regions of the world like Africa.

BitHub Africa has previously open-sourced its curriculum for blockchain engineering which is based on classes curated from the two-year experience of researching and developing the protocol.

This engineering course will ensure our community of African developers, entrepreneurs, and key institutions will be able to understand and adopt blockchain technology sustainably.

There shall be no Initial Coin Offering (ICO) or Pre-mine for the Whive protocol, which is now available on public test-net. If you would like to contribute to the adoption of blockchain technology across Africa, download the latest software release by following the links below:

Whive Protocol Website: https://whive.io and Telegram Chat: https://www.t.me/whiveio

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