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$45 million was lost to crypto rug pull in May, outpacing DeFi exploits
The crypto scene has had a lot of ups and down since its coming of age, but a…
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5 African countries pledged to uphold free internet in 2021 but broke that promise
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in a tweet Thursday, June 1, said that 150 million Nigerians have access…
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Metaverse virtual properties have seen over 90% decline in the past year; is the fad finally fading?
A while ago, the Metaverse was heralded as the next digital frontier. However, the once-celebrated virtual reality faces…
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Hollywood movies dominate Nigerian cinemas, what does this mean for Nollywood?
The last three months [March, April, and May] have shown that the cinema culture in Nigeria favours Hollywood…
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African Fintech is projected to generate $65 billion with a 32% CAGR by 2030, but certain issues must be addressed
Although African Fintech is expected to have a 32% CAGR by 2030, there are still some challenges that…
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MTN loses over 1m subscribers as Nigeria’s broadband penetration drops by 0.28%
As per the recent figures released by the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), Nigeria’s broadband penetration dropped by 0.28%,…
84.5% of Nigerians negatively affected by CBN’s Naira redesign policy, with youths bearing the brunt- SBM report
An outstanding 84.5% of Nigerians were negatively affected by the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Naira redesign policy. This…
“Women cannot ‘drive fast’, fight agbero, and avoid police drama;” Only 12.5% of Nigerians prefer female drivers when using ride-hailing services
Majority believe that men are inherently "better drivers" and "have the road under control", unlike their female counterparts who are considered "too slow".
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Mobile money account ownership in Nigeria grows by 6% despite various concerns
The mobile money market in Nigeria is expected to grow at a rapid pace in 2023, with a projected CAGR of 29.3% during 2023-2028.
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How African digital creators are leading job growth and economic progress in 2023
66.9% of digital creators hire one staff or more in the first six months of their journey
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