Cryptocurrency Adoption in Nigeria will become more Institutional as revealed in an Interview with Luno’s Country Manager

Luno, a leading cryptocurrency company with it headquarter in London has actively been making significant efforts to promote crypto-education and adoption in Nigeria. Of recent, the Country’s Manger, Owenize Woghiren-Odia, revealed in an interview that cryptocurrency adoption in Nigeria will become more institutional. Promoting Crypto education in one university at a time happens to be Luno’s strategy used in demystifying …

Luno Expands Offering As It Reaches Three Million Users

An announcement made from Luno’s headquarter in London on August 28, 2019 made the talk of time in the digital world. Cryptocurrency lovers welcomed the announcement with joy in their hearts. This happened when Luno, a leading global cryptocurrency firm made an announcement that they will be expanding their cryptocurrency offers by adopting Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Luno is currently a …

The most Popular Cryptocurrencies in South Africa

It is impossible for us to constitute a list of African countries that have embraced the active use of cryptocurrencies without giving the first position to South Africa. In addition to being one of the leading nations in the world for cryptocurrency ownership, South Africa is a major adopter of crypto and blockchain technology for every day use. A 2019 …

Zimbabwe and South Africa develop massive Bitcoin premium

Despite the cryptocurrency ban which was issued by the government last year in Zimbabwe, Bitcoin demand in the country has risen to $50,000. In the same light, Luno, a crypto-exchange platform in South Africa is displaying a premium of $1000 for Bitcoin. It seems that the fight against cryptocurrency being led by the governments of most African countries is rather …

Zambia SEC warns against investing in Promoted Onyxcoin cryptocurrency

This is certainly not the first nor the last time we get a Zambian official institution warning against the use of digital currencies. We recently learnt that the Zambian Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) CEO, Philip Chitalu, has issued severe warnings to the public against the use of Onyxcoin. He supports his point of view by saying that cryptocurrency Onyxcoin …