Africa Will Define The Future, Especially The Bitcoin Future Says Jack Dorsey After Having His Third Bitcoin Meet-up In Africa.
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On leaving Africa after visiting Ethiopia. Jack said Africa will define the future of Bitcoin after spotting enormous growing game changers in various African countries like Nigeria, Ghana and the rest.
Replying to the comment, Ngozi Okonjo-Iwela, former two time minister of Finance, Nigeria said; @Jack so glad you could make this journey and see what wonderful talented people we have as treasures on this continent. Waiting for you 3-6 months to learn more.
@Jack so glad you could make this journey and see what wonderful talented people we have as treasures on this continent. Waiting for you 3-6 months to learn more.Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Jack Dorsey was on a tour since early November exploring some African countries. He visited Nigeria first in early November where he had his first Bitcoin meet-up in Africa. He also employed the Nigerian creator of @quotedreplies bot on twitter.
He also visited Ghana where he met with some entrepreneurs and tech community. He also had his second Bitcoin meet-up in Africa at Ghana with some platforms like Bitsika Africa a payment processor in Ghana.
After visiting South Africa, his final stop was at Ethiopia where he met some entrepreneurs like Ride Ethiopia, Smart Beehive etc. He also met the university students at Addis Ababa University Ethiopia.
Jack had the third Bitcoin meet-up in Africa at Ethiopia. Present at the meet-up is the twitter personnels, Jack, Yellowcard.io and some other crypto entrepreneurs at Ethiopia.
Africa is steadily growing in technology. With a verse population of over 1 billion people, Africa is yet to reach its full potential showing a very big possible economic growth in the future.
Some other notable visits include that of Jack Ma of Alibab in mid November. Some others include the royal visit from England who visited Obi of Onitsha, the traditional ruler of the city harbouring the largest market in Nigeria and West Africa.