Crypto in Africa: 4 reasons digital money thrive on the Dark continent

According to recent surveys, South Africa features the highest percentage of internet users owning crypto – over 10.5%. It is more than in Thailand (9.7%), Indonesia (9.3%, Switzerland (7%), US (5.3%) and Japan (4.3%). The top three African countries most enthusiastic about cryptocurrency adoption are SA, Nigeria and Ghana. Why Africa, normally not associated with...

September 12, 2019

What Is A Mobile Wallet And Why Should You Use One?

The mobile payments industry is one of the quickest growing fintech markets. In some countries like China, the UK and Sweden using phones have already become a more popular financial tool than traditional banks. In this article, we will explore, what are the benefits of using a mobile wallet and why you should become part...

July 17, 2019

Top 5 apps that will change the way we pay

The world is slowly but surely changing. Some of the most important changes concern our financial freedom and convince. It is a known fact that over 5 billion people in the world today have mobile phones. That is a bigger number than the number of people with access to banking infrastructure. For this reason alone...

May 23, 2019

Cross Border Payments For e-commerce. Are We on The Brink of a Revolution?

When it comes to blockchain, one of the industries that it can transform that is always mentioned is cross border payments. What’s more, blockchain is regularly regarded as a revolutionary technology for international money transfers. However, all this talk is about the private sector and while it is unboundedly rightful, what about businesses? Today we...

April 2, 2019

Is Cryptocurrency Going to Stop The US Pressure on Developing Economies?

Recently a lot of developing countries turned to cryptocurrency in an effort to avoid consequences of US sanctions and bootstrap their economies. Indeed, the US is known to employ economic pressure as a political tool. We are not going to judge the fairness of these actions even though they may often lead to regular people...

March 11, 2019