We bring to you the major news highlights from the African Blockchain space for last week. Bundle Africa, A&D Forensics and Central Bank of Ghana were all in the news. Let’s take a look.
Bundle Africa Launches iOS Application
Bundle Africa, a Binance backed blockchain start-up in Nigeria that allows it’s users to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and BUSD with Nigerian Naira, launched its iOS application five weeks after launching its Android application on the Google PlayStore.
The wait is over! 💃🏾🕺🏾
Bundle for iOS is here 😎 pic.twitter.com/wWFrySvF1W
— Bundle (@BundleAfrica) June 9, 2020
Chainalysis Partners with A&D Forensics
Chainalysis, a blockchain firm that provides cryptocurrency
investigation and transaction monitoring solutions in order to build trust in the blockchain partners with A&D Forensics, a blockchain forensics start-up in Africa to utilize Chainalysis’s Reactor investigative software in the African market. Through this partnership A&D Forensics will be Chainalysis’s first investigative partner in Africa utilizing Chainalysis Reactor software to help law enforcement customers identify and stop bad actors who are using cryptocurrencies for illicit activities.
Bank of Ghana Still Interested In Creating a Digital Currency