Cryptocurrencies continues to spread wings in Africa.
Recently, an environmentalist has decided to use cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin BCH in particular, to help save wildlife in Namibia.
Nadja Leroux is of the opinion that cryptocurrencies provide the best way to save wild life in Africa. He opted for cryptocurrency as it provides faster transactions, regardless of where users are located. He discovered the cryptocurrency when someone sent you $ 10 of Bitcoin BCH while he was still in the African region. This made her happy, since she could do transactions in the middle of nowhere. As a result, Leroux decided to create a Bitcoin BCH fund to help raise funds to rescue African wild dogs and hopes to raise about $ 1,600 that it will use to acquire the technology needed to protect animals.
still far from the goal on my fundraiser: why BHC? It's a family, it's public, it's 24 hours a day, it's the new generation!
Why an iPad? insertion and immediate analysis of data, secure, mobile. https://t.co/UlhvCV31Hg[19459006extpleasedonaresipregadiesseregenerosi🙂perfavore #RETWEET #donate #BHC pic.twitter.com/TR4YpjSE3V
– Track facts, communities and conservation (@nlrBeWildFacts) 9 September 2018
According to his tweet, Leroux stated that he intends to buy an iPad to help keep records and do analysis. So far, the account has raised $ 33 of Bitcoin BCH. His tweet also emphasized the importance of saving 4,500 African wild dogs in the world.
Leroux has been actively involved in helping to save these endangered species. He spent 121 days in the camp to prepare the bases for his project. He hopes to get sufficient funds to complete his operations.
Zimbabwe turns to the crypt to help save the economy of the country
Zimbabwe could finally free itself from its financial chains, all thanks to cryptocurrencies. Zimbabwe's new finance minister, Mthuli Ncube, is making changes to get the country back on track. According to reports, Ncube promised to push the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to create a division that will see the bank develop a better understanding of cryptocurrencies.
Just two weeks in the office and Ncube is making changes to get the country the financial sector returns to its former glory. He believes that cryptocurrencies will help to realize this vision. According to the minister, governments that have taken a rather positive stance on cryptocurrencies are doing much better. He cited Switzerland, recognizing the fact that people in that country can pay travel expenses using cryptocurrencies. Believes to take a positive approach to cryptocurrency, Zimbabwe will have a chance to fight its economy
He also said that instead of banning activities related to cryptography, authorities should look for ways to regulate the industry and encourage young people to the country to participate in this new technology.
The financial situation in the country has led many to look for other alternatives. Some have led to banks with international banks in other countries such as South Africa and Botswana, while others have decided to negotiate with cryptocurrencies far from the watchful eyes of the authorities.
The country's cryptocurrency community hopes the central bank will accept this new line  Uganda gets a new token to help connect communities
RightMesh AG, a connectivity company that has developed a decentralized mobile network, has listed their token, RMESH, on the Golix exchange in Uganda. RightMesh is on a mission to bring online connectivity to people living in Africa. To achieve this vision, the company has offered users cryptocurrencies as incentives to participate in the mesh network.
Golix joined RightMesh to facilitate this project. Since its launch in Uganda, Golix has helped many people to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin BCH, along with BTC, LTC and ETH, among others.
At the start of this year, RightMesh completed a $ 30 million sale in preparation for their new platform. John Lyter, CEO and founder of RightMesh, believes this opportunity can benefit many people in the country. According to reports, many people in the country can not connect with other people, both nationally and abroad, through social media because the government in Uganda has approved a motion to tax the activities of social media. As a result, users have to pay high costs just to connect with other people.
By introducing the peer-to-peer platform, people in the country will be able to easily connect with one another. RightMesh believes that with their tokens in place, people not only in Uganda but also across the continent will benefit.