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Saibu Baba is a theoretical accountant, a digital nomad, and a tech writer helping brands tell their stories through content. He is a Fintech, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency writer who has worked on ICO whitepapers for many blockchain startups, worked with crypto news platforms, and helped bootstrap many blockchain startups into fruition through content. Saibu has worked with more than six (6) blockchain and cryptocurrency startups since 2016, from dApp development platforms and exchanges to decentralized games and global remittance ecosystems. He now spends time researching into decentralized technologies and interesting use cases whiles covering pieces from Africa and beyond. Though a crypto enthusiast, Saibu is allergic to crypto charts.

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Many people, private institutions or government agencies believe that everything about cryptocurrencies is wrong. Since their rise to popularity and value appreciation, cryptocurrencies have been criticized, especially in the

Security issues have dominated the cryptocurrency industry since the introduction of bitcoin and the subsequent emergence of altcoins. While the industry is growing in popularity year by year, the

Skeptics around the world believe that cryptocurrencies are the biggest bubbles to ever exist. But who cares? We've been following the charts for a decade, enjoying the ups and

Home to 54 countries, the most on any continent, Africa's growth in finance and banking has not been tremendous. Out of the unbanked population in the world, 350 million of

Timothy C. May, 67, died this week in Corralitos, California. He was co-founder of the cypherpunk movement, discoverer of Radiation-Induced Single Event Upsets in integrated circuits, an uncompromising proponent

Though the blockchain is set to disrupt business processes, governance systems, and value exchange, no sector gets scared by the mention of this technology more than the banking and

In recent times, governments around the world have charted a new course for cryptocurrency regulation, and it's one that seeks to exclude privacy coins. Moving away from the complete

Today, Bitcoin has a number of identities. From being touted as a digital currency for “criminals” and money for “nerds”, to a power-consuming system, the most popular and world’s