"Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution" arrives on Amazon Prime

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From tomorrow, the documentary “ Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution »Will be available on the giant's streaming platform Amazon.

Made by the South African Tamarin Gerriety with the help of the Singaporean cryptocurrency exchange Luno, the documentary explores how cryptocurrencies as Bitcoin and the blockchain could helpAfrica to pull out of the game.

As the world races to pave the way for blockchain technology, could Africa have an advantage? This documentary follows the journey of the Bitcoin pioneers as the continent seeks to take advantage of cryptocurrency to outpace global economic powers, ”read the synopsis.

Africa is one, if not the most promising region for the adoption of cryptocurrencies. Most of the continent is underserved by traditional financial services, with more than half of the population having no access to a bank account.

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According to Jack dorsey, the founder of Square and Twitter, the future of Bitcoin is taking shape on the continent in Africa.

Available from Friday May 22 on the video platform Amazon Prime, the documentary notably stages Alakanani Itireleng (aka Bitcoin Lady), founder of the Botswana startup incubator Satoshicenter, as well as Riccardo Spagni, chief developer of Monero.

Read also : Red Cross issues blockchain coins in Africa


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