ZIMBABWEAN, NIGERIAN STARTUPS TEST BITCOIN REMITTANCES
Zimbabwean startup BitMari and Nigerian counterpart Tanjalo have successfully tested a Bitcoin Lightning transaction, with funds sent from Nigeria to Zimbabwe via bitcoin.
Public Announcement Regarding Bitcoin Cash Fork (known as BCC) that is scheduled to activate on August 1st. To our users of the BitMari Bitcoin wallet apps, we have no immediate plans to support BCC. Since these apps are true bitcoin wallets, users hold the private keys and have full, exclusive access to their funds. While […]
In 2012, Southeast Asia received almost $48 billion in remittances from migrant workers scattered throughout the globe, according to a 2013 report by the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the World Bank. The Philippines is the third-largest recipient in the world after India and China. In the region, it is the largest recipient, followed […]
Max Keiser talks to Sinclair Skinner (@SkinnerLiber8ed) of BitMari CEO about the startup and crypto landscape in Africa and about the Clinton Foundation’s role in Haiti.
#BitMari for Africa, talking to the everyone in their indigenous language on the impact #bitcoin can have on their lives. The #BitMari Mobile Wallet can also be set in the indigenous language allowing any person to be able to trade across Africa using #BitCoin. Thanks to Bustop Tv
Sinclair Skinner talks with Bitcoin.com Podcast about Bitcoing and The Zimbabwe Women’s Farmers Accelerator and how the women farmers are using #bitcoin as a means to trade.
60 per cent of the world’s arable land is situated on the African continent and at the same time 25 billion dollars in food imports come into Africa, Its high time we invest in the people who are farming. The Zimbabwe Women Farmers Accelerator is investing in 100 Women Farmers because of these very same reasons. […]