Here’s What You Don’t Know About NFT That Could Enable The True Value of Data

It’s likely that you’ve heard that data is the new oil. However, the oil must be transported to where it is required, refined, and consumed. Because there is a significant benefit in treating data as an asset, data analytics activities have expanded. As technology becomes more widely adopted, large volumes of data are being produced and consumed. Despite this, the potential for generating value from the data generated is still … Read more

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NFT (part 5) : NFTs in The Modern World

Some experts say that we are in a new gold rush with the emergence of blockchain technology. People are spending more time online and are increasingly receptive of digital goods and vendors. The emergence of NFTs has given rise to countless possibilities for B2B transactions.

These days, organizations are adopting new technology in order to prosper. To keep things going, you have to catch up. A great reminder is that … Read more

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NFT (part 4) : The Next Frontier in Business Models. Use Cases

No doubt, NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) also represents next-generation capital and digital fan club, amongst other things. Apparently, the NFT wave started with the creative industry. It’s revolutionising the creative industry. Still, there is more to it. In this post, we will share other use cases of NFTs, especially for organizations or businesses. With daily active users of between 10,000 and 20,000, NFT is still in its early stages. The crypto … Read more

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NFT (part 3) : Investor Guideline

Celebrities are investing millions in NFTs. With the increase of investor focus on NFTs, it’s important to highlight the guidelines to avoid being a victim of fraud and failed investment. In part 2, we discussed some reasons why celebrities are not joking with NFTs. No doubt, NFTs are not only for celebrities and other investors.

Gary Vee recently predicted that the fans are going to become the record label. … Read more

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NFT (part 2): The New Digital Fan Club

Gordon Goner never had a real job, he had a gambling problem and was also a high school dropout before a sudden tsunami of success hit him. Are you familiar with the haphazardly constructed art pieces of Apes thatthe internet? Well, Goner and three other men are the ones behind Bored Ape Yacht Club — a collection of 10,000 NFTs.

Recently, 101 of the 10,0000 Yuga Labs’ Bored Ape Yacht … Read more

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NFT (Part 1): Are they simply artwork on steroids?

Most of the things we see about Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are often artworks sold for a high price. It’s also looking like a new digital society. But why is NFT a thing? Why is it a thing to buy artwork created by a celebrity?

Understanding NFT is easier when we understand the blockchain and the difference between fungible and non-fungible things. You can read NFT: Could This Be The Read more

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Africa: The Next Cryptocurrency Investment Frontier

The internet has completely adjusted how many people interact and has facilitated the creation of an entirely new type of communication and relationship. People make new relationships online in a variety of ways. Regardless of how people connect, the idea that you can connect with opportunities on the other side of the world is an entirely new concept in distributing prosperity. The world is becoming a smaller place. Cryptocurrency has … Read more

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Complimentary Currencies: Forging A Path to Economic Revival in Emerging Markets

The debate on the future of money is not about inflation or deflation, fixed or flexible exchange rates,
gold or paper standards, but about the kind of society in which
money is to operate. – Georg Simmel, German philosopher and sociologist

Over the centuries, we’ve learned of many forms of money and technological advancement across different countries. Some experts believe that if technology was as advanced as it is … Read more

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FinTech in Africa: After Payments What Next?

The pandemic has intensified the role of digitization, banks cutting costs, with customers handling transactions on their phones. Banks and fintech companies are competing for market share, sometimes collaborating, and competing to recruit top talents. Many African consumers are unbanked, underbanked, and underserved. Lack of access to financial services, especially in rural areas, affordability, expensive internet, and issues of poor user experience, contribute to the frustrating experience. The Read more

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FinTech Development in Nigeria: A Brief

Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa in terms of nominal GDP, and 26th in the World according to the IMF World Economic Outlook. Being the continent’s largest unbanked population, with a population of 200 million—40 percent of which is financially excluded, and digitally savvy, middle-aged and young affluent individuals, Nigeria’s FinTech space is worth looking into. Regulatory drive to increase financial inclusion, youthful population, and increasing smartphone penetration … Read more

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