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Recursive Capital: Africa’s Bitcoin Innovation Savior.

By: Dawdu M. Amantanah

Anyone that has family in Africa or friends on the continent understands how difficult it is to transfer money from remittances outside of bitcoin. Using bitcoin with the recent government banning of Twitter and continual debasement of the Naira in Nigeria makes the process very frustrating. The experience for many, it’s not necessarily the promise of profit that gets poor people on board to use…

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Dawdu

Dawdu

Senior Editor for Satoshi’s Journal Dawdu is an entrepreneur, writer, and passionate Bitcoiner. His articles have been read by thousands of people online.

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