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SA wine producers using NFTs to tap the global market

Gert-Jan van Rooyen of Fanfire talks about uncovering some truly useful applications for Non Fungible Tokens. How about booking your favourite wines, not yet bottled, and grabbing some of the best vintages on the market? And how NFTs are helping build loyalty among rugby fans.

A new crypto exchange is on its way, this time with a pan-African twist

Thulani Mthunzi cut his teeth in IT developer and as a software developer for the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange before venturing into forex and crypto trading. He was a dissatisfied customer who decided to build a better mousetrap in the form of Mansa Musa, named after the Malian ruler who created one of Africa's greatest trading empires.

A look inside the murky world of Mirror Trading International

Sean Newman, one-time colleague of slain Teasers boss Lolly Jackson, and co-author of the book entitled 'Lolly Jackson', is now working on another gripping thriller - this time into the murky world of Mirror Trading International, which was rated by Chainalysis as the largest crypto scam in the world in 2020.

Questions you should ask your crypto exchange

The idea that bitcoin or cryptos are a passing fad has been put to bed. The number of heavyweight investment managers present at the recent Bitcoin Conference in Miami, Florida, tells us big money adoption is just getting started. Wiehann Olivier, digital asset lead at Mazars, was there and tells us what questions we need to ask our crypto exchanges, and what to expect in 2022.

How cryptos are helping to repurpose an old Sol Kerzner resort as a world-class film studio

A fascinating story about how blockchain technology is breathing new life into South Africa’s film industry. Digital asset exchange FORUS Digital recently announced it would be investing R500m, raised through the issue of tokens, to upgrade the Fish River Resort and Gary Player golf course in the Eastern Cape. FORUS co-founder Sonny Fisher explains how the resort upgrade involves the creation of the Fish River Studios, a world class studio that aims to catapult South African film making into the premier league.

VALR raises R750m and goes off to conquer the world

VALR is another South African crypto success story. Having just raised R750 million, valuing the company valuation to R3.7 billion, VALR is off in search of new markets in Africa, India and beyond. CEO Farzam Ehsani explains why South Africa is a rich breeding ground for successful crypto projects.

We are being herded towards a cashless society

Monica Singer of blockchain company Consensys, argues we shouldn't fear the coming Central Bank Digital Currencies that'll herd us towards a cashless society, which arms the state with the means to snoop on every transaction we make. Limits can be placed on the size of transactions visible to the Reserve Bank. Governments everywhere are being pressured into adopting digital currencies in competition with private currencies like bitcoin and ethereum.

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