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Check Out Our Interview With BitFinance, Zimbabwe’s Only BitCoin Exchange Covering Bond Notes, Cash Crisis, BeForward Deal & Its Block Chain Summer School!

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Late last week we had the opportunity to sit and talk with Tawanda Kembo Zimbabwe’s very own BitCoin evangelist and also Lead Developer for BitFinance the only local BitCoin exchange. The conversation touched on various issues affecting Zimbabweans including the current cash crisis, impending introduction of Bond Notes, the BitCoin-Beforward deal and their Block Chain Summer School starting soon.

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It’s not the first time we’ve had Mr Kembo join us to discuss BitCoin but as we’re all looking for hacks to deal with the current economic situation we thought of BitCoins so we invited him over once again.

Be sure to check out BitFinance for more information on Bitcoin via their website, Facebook page and Twitter.

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Check out our interview below:

 

Tawanda KemboBond Notes

Tawanda Kembo is a Zimbabwean software developer, startup entrepreneur and founder of Golix, a cryptocurrencies company. Before Golix, Kembo founded Virtual Bank, I Paid A Bribe (Zimbabwe) and other technology companies. Read More About Tawanda Kembo

Bond Notes are a currency of notes backed by a bond that the Zimbabwe government announced on 4 May 2016 by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya. The $2 denomination of the notes was finally introduced on 28 November 2016. More notes were... Read More About Bond Notes

5 thoughts on “Check Out Our Interview With BitFinance, Zimbabwe’s Only BitCoin Exchange Covering Bond Notes, Cash Crisis, BeForward Deal & Its Block Chain Summer School!

  1. If you’re accepting payments from willing parties, maybe…

    But it’s useless and is a pipedream to the most significant aspects of money exchange …banking and salaries.

    Of course you’ll promote Bitcoin usage to prop up your Bitcoin exchange business, but the significance of its bare bones impact is very small.

    Then there’s the issue of trust. Need I remind you of the disasters and losses that have happened in Bitcoin exchanges

    https://www.google.com/search?q=bitcoin+disasters&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

  2. @Tinm@n – some links actually have positive news on this bitcoin stuff e.g. Helperbit for assisting disaster victims quickly & efficiently…

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