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Month: May 2021

4.7 Million Australians Would Accept Bitcoin As Wage Payment Options

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A new survey has ascertained that one in four Australians would like to receive at least part of their salary in cryptocurrency.  While the intentions differ between the members of the different denominations, the results indicate that the Australian nation’s…

Pinkoin Founder and Pioneer Omotade Sparks Amos Sewanu Arrested By EFCC in Sokoto

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After several months of searching, The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested the Founding Pioneer of Pinkoin for a case bordering on obtaining pretense, names-dropping, and fraud to the tune of thirty-two million nairas ( N32,000,000). He was captured…

Paypal Plans To Allow Its Users To Withdraw Bitcoin And Other Cryptocurrencies To External Wallets.

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The California-based company, which opened its platform to digital currencies in October 2020, presently does not let users move cryptocurrency holdings off its platform.  Speaking at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2021 conference, Jose Fernandez da Ponte, the Vice President, and General Manager…

Largest Zimbabwean Financial Institution CBZ Holding Looks At Methods To ‘Leverage Cryptocurrencies’

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CBZ Holdings, Founded in 1980 is one of Zimbabwe’s biggest financial institutions, CBZ Holdings has declared that it is currently searching for ways it would  “leverage cryptocurrencies and other emerging digital innovations.” According to the financial institution’s chairperson, Marc Holtzman,…

The Central Bank Of Nigeria To Lift Four Months Ban On Digital Assets

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During the Monetary Council meeting held yesterday in Abuja, Mr. Godwin Emeifele, the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria shared his doubts surrounding digital assets. According to Mr. Godwin, CBN has conducted research to show that most cryptocurrency transactions…

NITDA Declares That Cybersecurity Is Essential For Digital Asset Protection.

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Several months after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) declared that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were not legal tenders in Nigeria. Various Financial bodies in the country have begun to pay extra attention to the activities of the Digital space….

Binance Lists Available Jobs Open for Hiring in Africa in 2021

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Binance, the company behind the largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume is looking to hire successful applicants for various open positions as it expands its crypto trading services within the continent and beyond. Binance is looking to hire more qualified persons…

Nigerians on Twitter React To the Massive Crash in Cryptocurrencies.

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In 2020, Nigeria became the world’s second-largest Bitcoin market after the United States. As a country where its citizens have taken keen attention to cryptocurrencies,  It comes naturally as Nigerians react to the cryptocurrency dip on Twitter. Cryptocurrency investors woke…

Nigerians on Twitter React To the Massive Crash in Cryptocurrencies.

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In 2020, Nigeria became the world’s second-largest Bitcoin market after the United States. As a country where its citizens have taken keen attention to cryptocurrencies,  It comes naturally as Nigerians react to the cryptocurrency dip on Twitter. Cryptocurrency investors woke…

Uganda Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA) Requests Cryptocurrency Regulatory Framework from the Ugandan Government.

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The Financial Intelligence Authority of Uganda (FIA Uganda) has requested the Ministry of Finance to come up with a framework to help regulate cryptocurrency operations in the country. This request has arisen due to non-compliance by various crypto exchange operators…