El Salvadorans seem to confirm that Bitcoin is the best solution for remittances between countries. According to President Nayib Bukele, the national Chivo wallet registered over $3 million worth of transactions in Bitcoins, most of which were sent from abroad.
eCommerce is one of the most rapidly expanding sectors within the global economy with a forecasted growth of 25% CAGR over the next five years. The desired sub-industry in the sector is hyperlocal last mile delivery. This is essentially localized home delivery in less than 60 minutes.
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Due to poverty and stringent economic conditions, hundreds of able Africans seek better employment opportunities in Europe and Asia. However, the high taxes and unfavourable monetary policies of many African countries make home remittance expensive. Migrant workers from the African continent are turning to cryptocurrency to affordably send money home.
While in this age of digitization no one gets surprised by hacks and virtual theft, physical robbery is still something that has not become a thing of the past. Moreover, ordinary burglars try to keep pace with progress as well. Thus, some of them are getting so sophisticated that they are interested in stealing cryptocurrencies through private keys and cold storage.
On April 2, Senegalese-American rapper, philanthropist and crypto enthusiast, Akon visited Uganda and met with the President and various entities to discuss possible business opportunities in various sectors. Is this a dream come true for the “One Africa, One Koin” that Akon is preaching?