2019 Google and Yahoo Searches for Bitcoin Decline Significantly

2019 was an interesting year for cryptocurrencies. Some would say it wasn’t as bad as the crypto winter in 2018 and others would note...

Crypto Exchange Binance Adds First Fiat Trading Pair, CEO Hints More Will Follow

Binance has added its first fiat currency trading pair. Nigerian users of the platform will now be able to deposit using their local currency,...

Eyeing African Market, Binance Adds Nigerian Fiat-to-Crypto Gateway

Facilitated by payments network Flutterwave, the addition starts a new phase of Binance adding sub-Saharan fiat pairs.

Local.Bitcoin.com Shows Lots of Active BCH Listings From Traders Worldwide

Six days ago news.Bitcoin.com announced the launch of Local.Bitcoin.com, a peer-to-peer marketplace that allows people to trade bitcoin cash (BCH) in a private manner....

Huobi Cloud Aims for 80 More Exchange Partners in Bid for Revenue Growth

The Huobi Cloud network of crypto exchanges wants to facilitate $55 million in daily volume by 2020.

P2P Markets: Russian Localbitcoins Trade Outpaces Venezuela

During the week of March 2, roughly 14,365 BTC changed hands via peer-to-peer (P2P) exchange Localbitcoins, equating to approximately $51.51 million worth of trade....

Outrage Over Union Bank of Nigeria’s Threat to Close Crypto-Related Accounts

Nigerian digital asset owners have reacted angrily to Union Bank’s threat to close all cryptocurrency-linked accounts. Investors have accused the local banking system of...

Nigeria’s Opposition Leader Promises Cryptocurrency Policy If Elected President

Nigeria’s main opposition leader and former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has said the country will adopt blockchain technology and cryptocurrency if he is voted...

Zimbabweans Use BTC to Pay for Food Hampers Amid Foreign Currency Crisis

Study263, a Zimbabwean-owned fintech startup operating from South Africa, has opened an online store allowing Zimbabweans to buy food hampers that are delivered directly...

Nigerian Startups Call for Cryptocurrency Regulation to Stem Investment Outflows

Nigeria’s financial technology startups have called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to provide legal guidelines for the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry. A...

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