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Buycoins Adds Support for USDC Stablecoin on its Platform.

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Buycoins Africa now supports the sending and receiving of USDC stablecoin.

An Accused Crypto Fraudster, Willie Breedt Flees South Africa to Mozambique.

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The accused seven-figures crypto fraudster has fled from South Africa to Mozambique according to reports.

Algorand: A Breakthrough For the Digital Economy

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Algorand is the new technology that will foster a big breakthrough for the digital economy

The Need for a Crypto Fan House Inmate at the BBNaija 2020 Sparks Concern Among the Cryptocurrency Community in Nigeria.

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The need for a crypto fan house inmate at the BBNaija 2020 has raised a big concern among the cryptocurrency community in Nigeria.

Facebook’s Calibra Rebrands to Novi, Announcing WhatsApp Interoperability

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In other to speed up the launch of Libra payments ecosystem, Calibra renames cryptocurrency wallet Novi, details tie-up to WhatsApp.

Tether Blows Ripple (XRP) Out as the Third Largest Cryptocurrency by Market Capitalization 

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Tether USDT blows Ripple (XRP) from the third position and now seats as the third largest cryptocurrency by Market Capitalization 

Craig Wright, Self-Proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto Gets Another Red Card

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Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto has been proven wrong once more.

New Documentary Suggests How Africa Can Leverage on Bitcoin.

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A new documentary available on Amazon Prime explains how African countries can leverage on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to boost the region’s economy.

Suseong University in South Korea to Create a Blockchain And AI Campus

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Suseong University in South Korea announced plans to create a Blockchain and AI Campus.

Africa Sets New All-Time High of N5.076 Billion Naira in Peer-to-Peer Bitcoin Trades With Nigeria Covering Over N3.631 Billion Naira.

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Just in, Africa sets a new All-Time high of N5.076 Billion Naira in peer-to-peer Bitcoin trades across 18 African countries with Nigeria covering over N3.631 Billion Naira.