ATRUC S2 EP3: Journey Into the Cryptoverse with Hope Ditlhakanyane & Nzwisisa Chidembo

Hope Ditlhakanyane and Nzwisisa Chidembo share deeply about their respective crypto adoption journeys and what they're learning.

ATRUC S2 EP3: Journey Into the Cryptoverse with Hope Ditlhakanyane & Nzwisisa Chidembo
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Standing in for Musa Kalenga on this African Tech Conversations instalment is Andile Masuku, whose day job is serving as Head of Community at Founders Factory Africa (FFA).

Andile extends a recent lunch break exchange he had with his FFA colleagues Hope Ditlhakanyane (Head of Venture Sourcing) and Nzwisisa Chidembo (Head of Engineering) at the office. This podcast offers a candid glimpse into the personal blockchain investment and venture building proclivities of two top-drawer African tech industry pros. It's a show not to miss.

Click here (or on the microphone icon on the right of your screen) to leave us a 60-sec voice note with your reactions to any of the topics raised in the UNAJUA Series. (We will include some of your audio takes in future follow-up episodes.)

Useful References:

OP-ED: Taking art onto a global stage through digital technology by Andile Masuku (Business Report South Africa)

REPORT: State of the Crypto Industry Report 2021 by Nansen

ARTICLE: The outlook for crypto and blockchain in Africa by Dr Desné Masie (African Business)

PODCAST: ATRUC S2 EP2: Convening 'Blockchain Africa' proponents with Sonya Kuhnel by African Tech Roundup

ARTICLE: The role of cryptocurrencies in sub-Saharan Africa by Bitange Ndemo (Brookings)

PODCAST SERIES: UNAJUA S11: Investing in African Blockchain Tech ft. Hope Ditlhakanyane & Nzwisisa Chidembo by African Tech Roundup

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