Funding Is The Foremost Challenge for African Start-ups; Africa Blockchain Institute Report 2022

The Launch of the Africa Blockchain Report: 2nd Edition is scheduled for Sep 21, 2022, 06:00 PM in Nairobi

According to African Crypto Research’s article, the survey revealed that inadequate funding is the foremost challenge of start-ups in Africa today, followed by existing misconceptions/myths around blockchain and regulatory challenges to guide its implementation.

The findings above are part of the full report that will be released on 21 September 2022. The report also includes the founders’ educational backgrounds, selected country profiles (i.e., Ghana, Egypt, Rwanda, and Zimbabwe), and the levels of implementation reached by African start-ups.

The annual report, now in its second edition, was funded by a grant from the Algorand Foundation. The countries focused on in this edition are Egypt, Ghana, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

The Africa Blockchain Institute is Africa’s foremost blockchain think-tank that is reimagining the possibilities of Blockchain Education, extensive evidence-based research, and high-end deployment solutions, for digital transformation in Africa. It is based in Rwanda.

Join the Africa Blockchain Institute on September 21st at 6 PM EAT as they launch the 2nd Edition of the Africa Blockchain Report, a yearly publication of the Africa Blockchain Institute.

The Launch will showcase our fact findings, and evidence-based research, on the continental-wide deep activities of the use of Blockchain Technology, more specifically this time with a focus on four countries: Ghana, Egypt, Rwanda, and Zimbabwe

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