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ChatGPT creator, OpenAI, and Microsoft have announced an extension of their partnership.
Tech giant Google recently announced the launch of a cloud region in South Africa.
Technext has announced that it is hosting coinference 2.0 next month in Lagos.
Google Wallet has recently rolled out in South Africa to offer more payment options for users.
Meta in partnership with Imisi 3D and BlackRhino VR have recently announced that applications for the AR/VR Africa Metathon are now open.
The University of Tokyo, will be offering a series of study programs later this year taking place on the Metaverse.
Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank launched its own blockchain and executed its first digital asset transaction.
AfyaRekod has launched a block-chain driven platform that will transform the face of patient care across Africa and the world by helping medical professionals and patients access health data.
Jambo, a Congo-based start-up that recently closed a $30 million Series A funding round, is deploying an app designed to help the 80% of the African population that’s unbanked.
01 Talent Africa in partnership with Atos is launching Zone01, a platform that is offering digital training as a way of accelerating digital transformation in Africa.
Tether (USDT) has recently suffered a DDOS attack after receiving a ransom request.
Gordon Goner, the co-founder of the Bored Ape Yacht Club(BAYC) has warned users about a potential attack on BAYC social media accounts after receiving information that a Twitter insider would be used to bypass their security.
To attract youthful investors and ease more transactions, the Nigeria Stock Exchange Limited plans to build a blockchain-powered exchange platform in 2023.
Meet Fhatuwani Mukheli who is using The Tree, an online marketplace, to help South African artists to sell their work as NFTs.
Silicon Valley-based DeFi company, Masa Finance has announced a partnership with African Fintech Pngme to drive the adoption of DeFi credit score services in the region.