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A new kind of technology and innovation hub focusing on the cryprocurrency and block chain industry has been launched in South Africa. Named Blockstarters, the hub aims to be the go to place for innovators and startups developing solutions using cryptocurrencies and the blockchain. Blockstarters was officially launched in Johannesburg,
Zimbabwe's High Court has lifted the ban on cryptocurrencies. Earlier in May 2018, the country's central bank, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), banned banks and other financial institutions from processing cryptocurrency transactions and payments. The announcement of the ban came at a time when one of Zimbabwe's cryptocurrencies exchange, Golix
Zimbabwe may have taken a big leap backwards when the central bank banned banks from processing cryptocurrency transactions and payments although the country’s Golix exchange for cryptocurrencies is pressing ahead with its ICO despite the ban which has sparked widespread debate on social media. Bitcoin traders and investors in
Zimbabwe has started to open up its ICT (Informatiin and Communications Technology) sector for potential investment through effecting much awaited tech sector parastatals reforms, infrastructure development and rolling out of new platforms such as telemedicine at a time when Zimbabwean technology startups have started to attract funding, interest, and support.