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Africa’s crypto market has grown by $105.6 billion in the last year

Some experts think that Africa's under-developed infrastructure makes it a strong vector for cryptocurrencies. Image: UNSPLASH/Nupo Deyon Daniel

Tim Fries

Co-founder and editor, The Tokenist

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Africa's mobile internet speed remains far below the global average. The economic impact is huge
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