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“MY STORY MAGAZINE” SECOND ISSUE LOADING

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mCoin: The First Cryptocurrency that Needs no Internet Access Released

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Africa Innovation Summit 2018

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GLOBAL TECH  Mobile Apps Are Helping Ghanaian Farmers Avoid Exploitative Middlemen By Dan Nosowitz Local Problems, Global Tech A farmer in the Upper West Region of Ghana looks at his crops. Most Ghanaian farms are very small, which has made access to buyers difficult. Photo: Merten Snijders/Getty Images/Lonely Planet Image Farming is never easy, but beyond the …

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Get inspired with amazing stories, interviews and articles from technology to agriculture and also introducing the MSM BUSINESS DIRECTORY in the second issue of My Story Magazine. “My Story Magazine is an entrepreneurial resource which shares true stories of African Entrepreneurs. At My Story, we relate with our personalities to share their stories and also …

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The South African life insurance industry is seen as one of the most innovative life cover sectors in the world. There are major technological developments on the international front that offer our industry the opportunity to cement its global status and to match individual needs. Some of these innovations are already driving change in the …

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Google has integrated M-Pesa as a form of payment into its app store making it easier for Kenyans to make purchases. The payment option has been available to users since Monday and it makes Google Play one of the first among global e-commerce sites to adapt to mobile money. Previously, customers could only pay using …

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On February 20 2018 Onem announced the launch of a new cryptocurrency called mCoin. mCoin is a unique first of a kind inclusive cryptocurrency, that makes it possible for the 3 billion people around the world who don’t have access to the Internet to take advantage of new kinds of services tied to blockchain technology and it …

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Africa’s tech revolution is picking up speed with 2017 proving to be the best year on record for the continent’s tech startups. Investment into startups in Africa exceeded $195 million in 2017. According to African tech startups website Disrupt Africa, the number of startups in Africa to raise funding hit 159 in 2017, up from …

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The AIS is an Africa-wide and home grown initiative aimed at harnessing the innovation potential of the continent. It aims to mobilize the people and, especially those with the ‘power to act’, including investors, the people with the ideas, the policy makers, the researchers and academics, the business community, the youth, as well as innovators …

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