Author: Philip Asare


Atencoin To Hold International Conference in Poland No Comments

Conferences in the bitcoin world are all too common now. After attending many in Europe you start to see the same common faces and the same topics of discussion. Recently I have learned about AtenCoin a cryptocurrency that is everything that bitcoin is not. They are fully KYC/AML compliance built in. They are working directly with world governments. Now they are hosting their first conference dedi...


Coinut Offers the First Real Bitcoin Options Exchange No Comments

    Singapore, September 10, 2015 — The Coinut team has created the first real Bitcoin options trading exchange. Coinut gives users the opportunity to hedge against the volatility of Bitcoin price. Until now no one has created a true Bitcoin options exchange that gives users the ability to hedge Bitcoin for up to 2 months. Bitcoin options trading has been seen as one of the mi...

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The Role of Bitcoin and Internet in Ghana Export Business No Comments

Dream Bitcoin Foundation and Common Sense Ghana is proud to present to you 'Expo-Bit fair', a focused-group forum dedicated to highlighting how fiat money slows up export business in Ghana and the need to resolve it with bitcoin.   [caption id="attachment_22004" align="alignnone" width="300"] Participants at some of our events in the country[/caption] [caption id="attachment_22008" a...


Bitcoin For A Service Economy No Comments

The service sector is one of the most rapidly growing sectors in various West African economies. In Ghana, the service sector has already overtaken the agricultural and manufacturing sectors as the biggest contributor to the nation's GDP. The financial services sector--which is a subsector of the services sector--is rapidly developing. An enormous portion of the financial services sector is mad...

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Reducing Unemployment and Encouraging Freelancing: the Bitcoin Way No Comments

Unemployment rates amongst the youth in sub-Saharan Africa tend to be high due to the increasing number of the youthful population on the continent. The African continent is said to have some 200 million youth (i.e. people that fall between the 15 to 24 age bracket). This number continues to grow due to the high birth and fertility rates on the continent. The root cause of the xenophobic attack...

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Bitcoin Can Rescue Failing West African Currencies No Comments

  Currencies in West Africa have been experiencing severe shocks for the past six months and have gone on a downward spiral. The Ghanaian cedi alone has depreciated by some 21% or 41% (depending on the source you pick for the statistics) since the beginning of the year 2015. Other currencies in the region have also taken a downward trend. This has caused major international trading curr...