The Trends In Nigeria, there are no specific legislations and regulations on blockchain & cryptocurrency. What applies presently are existing general laws and regulations, which includes regulations by the Central…
Japan’s cryptocurrency industry is presently experiencing a major shakeup after the government introduced new cryptocurrency regulation in the country. This is because the Japanese government has amended the Japan Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and Japan Payment Services Act.
In a pizza-hot article written by Jordan Lyanchev, titled ‘Waiting for Ethereum 2.0? 77% of Ethereum in externally owned accounts dormant for 6 months’, it is confirmed that more than 77% of ETH in externally owned accounts (EOAs) has not moved in the past six months.
This week, Telegram wrote a letter to Gram investors, declaring that the launch of the TON blockchain would be delayed till April 2021 and Gram investors would receive a partial refund. Click here to see how Telegram’s token sale got to this state and what it’s offering GRAM investors in order to keep them in amidst the US SEC’s close watch.
Cross-border payment is one major pain point for people especially when it comes to sending money from one African country to the other or sending or receiving money in Africa. Pizza takes a trip to Ghana to meet Sesacash CEO & Co-Founder, Blaise Bayuo, an entrepreneur pushing the boundaries of cross-border payments in Africa by leveraging on blockchain.
Team Lead of Dash Nigeria and Co-Founder of Cheetah Africa, Nathaniel Luz, shares his thoughts about digital currencies, the ability of decentralized cryptocurrencies such as Dash to empower the unbanked, and the global finance “bubble” he believes that Covid-19 pandemic has busted.
Binance development manager in Nigeria, Emmanuel Babalola talks about how cryptocurrencies are affecting the unbanked in Africa and how they are changing the way remittances are made into the continent. He also gives an insight into Binance’s recent acquisition of Coinmarketcap.com in this exclusive Q&A.
Franklin Peters, CEO Bitfxt, came into the spotlight in Feburary 2019, when it was reported that the company got funding of up to $15m (over 5 billion naira) from UK syndicate of hedge funds and UK company, Payitup Clearinghouse. In this exclusive chat, he tells us about his journey and shares his thoughts on the challenges Blockchain/cryptocurrency start-ups experience in Africa. He also gives up a sneak peek into Bitfxt’s plans for subsequent months.
Chimezie Chuta is a Web Application Developer, Blockchain & Crypto Professional, IT Consultant and Tech Educator. He is the founder of the Blockchain Nigeria user group, a pioneering organization which focuses on cryptocurrency and Blockchain education. For a man who wears so many hats, Chuta has quite a warm personality and a genuine passion for educating the masses. Pizza newsletter caught up with him recently and we discussed everything ranging from cryptocurrency adoption, to decentralized finance (DeFi).