Bitkoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange for Africa. It enables trustless trading between buyers and sellers by combining an escrow system with the ability to pay with a debit/credit card or directly from a bank account.
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Nigerian Based P2P Bitcoin Exchange Offers Services to All African NationsThe Nigerian person-to-person (P2P) bitcoin exchange, Bitkoin.Africa, launched on October 1st. The exchange currently only provides Nigerian users with full functionality, but claims to allow customers from "all other countries" to buy bitcoins. Also Read: Bitcoin Prices Skyrocket to $7200 on Zimbabwean Exchange During Economic Turmoil Nigeria has become host to a P2P bitcoin exchange seeking to facilitate greater access to bitcoin throughout the African region.
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Nigeria Expands Its Crypto Universe As Bitkoin.Africa Launches ExchangeA dedicated Bitcoin exchange for Africa has launched after a four-month development phase from Nigeria-based programmers. Announced Sunday by lead developer Timi Ajiboye, the unusually-named Bitkoin.Africa seeks to provide legitimate trading opportunities for local cryptocurrency holders. "We're launching today Oct. 1, 2017.
Bitcoin is booming in Nigeria as both business users and speculators rush inIn July 2016, Manasseh Egedegbe, an Abuja-based investment manager, was caught in the cross hairs of Nigeria's dollar crunch and had some difficulties making an international payment. At the time, with Nigeria's foreign reserves and revenues shrinking amid an economic slump, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) put up currency controls to restrict access to dollars....