Insights into the biggest Events shaping the crypto Industry
A fortune article from September 2022 shed light on how Coinbase’s $1 billion crypto philanthropy goals resulted in disappointment and left workers in limbo.
While the Fuse programme is open to firms all over the world, CEO Mark Smargon places a special emphasis on businesses in emerging markets such as Africa.
The grants will be accessible to creators, technologists, builders, and organizations contributing to Worldcoin’s community growth and well-being.
Aligned with Ghana’s Bitcoin education initiative, Bitcoin Cowries, the Bitcoineta-branded Land Rover will embark on a tour across the West African States, engaging rural communities and schools to deliver the Bitcoin message.
The partnership, facilitated by a $3,000 grant, falls under Yellow Card’s YC Social Good initiative, a flagship Corporate Social Responsibility effort designed to promote financial freedom and ensure access to tech resources throughout Africa.
The grant program encompasses seven substantial grants, each valued at $50,000, five grants worth $25,000 each, and three grants amounting to $10,000 each.
The new cryptocurrency and digital identity project, Worldcoin, is facing a rough start in Kenya. The Government is now suspending all local activity.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has launched a digital patronage program in the form of NFTs, that is offering 1,918 founding memberships for $1,000 each, for a total value of $1,918,000.
LBank has announced the establishment of its new crypto investment fund targeted towards Web3 development in Africa.
South Africa’s Bitcoin Ekasi has launched an education center that will focus on financial literacy, foundational mathematics, and English skills for the youth while providing Bitcoin education to older cohorts.
NFT Marketplace, Emsany has announced the launch of its NFT project for the Dahomey community.
Gluwa has partnered with the Lagos state Government in order to digitize the city’s agricultural assets.
Polygon is bridging the gap between blockchain and social impact through its partnership with Impact Plus and Adanian Labs.
Creative engineering Web3, crypto, and NFT agency, TokenMinds has launched a Web3 learning program for the underprivileged in Southeast Asia, Africa, and South America.
Binance has launched blockchain education meetups which have been instrumental in deepening cryptocurrency adoption and accessibility in Francophone Africa.