Insights into the biggest Events shaping the crypto Industry
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.
Through its humanitarian arm, Binance has announced a partnership with Women in Tech and donated $250,000 dedicated to providing free blockchain courses for women in Brazil and Africa.
Amsterdam-based non-profit foundation, Sovereign Nature Initiative together with the Kenya Wildlife Trust have launched a month-long conservation technology program to develop new Web3 solutions for the ecosystem.
The Algorand Foundation partnered with Boston University and Kenya’s Hello Tractor to develop an application where local farmers can share access to tractors.
Web3 Clubs in partnership with BitKE have announced a NEAR blockchain project presentations and graduation ceremony in Kenya.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has introduced a collection of NFTs in celebration of Mandela day.
Blockchain event ticketing system, SeatlabNFT has launched a non refundable £1 million event creator fund to help artists and event organizers with the cost of running live events.
Johnny Depp has donated the proceeds from an NFT sale to four charities, including the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, which has ties to his ex wife, Amber Heard.