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Kenya's SMEs dominate traditional players on Jumia

Online retailer says small and medium entrepreneurs constitute the bulk of businesses on its platform in Kenya.

Barclays Africa looks to scale innovative start-ups

Barclays Africa looks to scale innovative start-ups

The bank, in partnership with Techstars, opens applications for its 13-week accelerator programme.

Mauritius taps into British FinTech know-how

Mauritius taps into British FinTech know-how

Island nation wants to emulate the British model in an effort to become Sub Saharan Africa's Fintech hub.

Over US$1 million worth of Bitcoin exchanged weekly in Nigeria

Over US$1 million worth of Bitcoin exchanged weekly in Nigeria

Going by the official exchange rate and activity on LocalBitcoins.com, Bitcoin transactions in Nigeria has been hovering at over a million US dollars weekly since the start of 2017.

From citizens to banks, Nigeria's CBN warns on digital currencies

From citizens to banks, Nigeria's CBN warns on digital currencies

Financial regulator says virtual currencies are not legal tenders and users do so at their own risk.

Visa partners Atlas Mara to increase African financial access

Visa partners Atlas Mara to increase African financial access

Alliance offers platform for expansion of solutions and services across Africa.

BitX rebrands as Luno

BitX rebrands as Luno

Development announced as Nigeria's SEC warns against investment in cryptocurrencies.

Shell's Africa licensee adopts Orange Money for fuel payments

New deal will benefit customers in nine African countries who wish to pay for fuel using mobile money service.

MMM's new Bitcoin option for Nigeria

MMM's new Bitcoin option for Nigeria

Cryptography expert urges caution and awareness.

Digital Fiat Currency gains momentum in Africa

Digital Fiat Currency gains momentum in Africa

Digital currency provider eCurrency Mint Limited joins ITU's standardisation arm.

Why online offering Efritin.com halted operations in Nigeria

Why online offering Efritin.com halted operations in Nigeria

Nils Hammar, CEO of Saltside, owners of Efritin, opens up on the rationale behind the decision.