South African technology entrepreneur Vinny Lingham has a new venture, and he believes it could serve as the antidote to boring Zoom meetings.
South African Internet entrepreneur and Civic CEO Vinny Lingham joins TechCentral for a wide-ranging discussion on everything from the Covid-19 crisis to the price of bitcoin and the latest developments at his latest start-up, Civic.
Somebody could be using your personal information right now to commit fraud. The scary thing is, you wouldn’t know until it was too late – maybe you get a credit card bill running into the thousands or an
The sharp rise in the price of bitcoin and some other cryptocurrencies since the start of 2017 has created enormous interest in this market. Many people see it is a chance to make money, and they don’t want to miss out. However
South African Internet entrepreneur Vinny Lingham chats to Duncan McLeod about Civic, his new blockchain-based identity management start-up that allows users to protect and authorise the use of their identity in real time
The bitcoin market is “over-inflated” and “very frothy”, despite big risks looming on the horizon, South African Internet entrepreneur – and cybercurrency expert – Vinny Lingham warned on Tuesday. Lingham, who has been dubbed by some media
The venture capital community in South Africa is too risk averse and doesn’t understand the start-up model, particularly when it comes to high-growth start-ups. That’s the view of San Francisco-based South African Internet
Serial South African technology entrepreneur Vinny Lingham – the man behind Yola and Gyft and a co-founder of the Silicon Cape Initiative – has just gone live with his latest venture, Civic. Lingham, who now lives
South African technology entrepreneur and venture capitalist Llew Claasen has been named as executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation, effective 1 July. Claasen, who is based in Cape Town, is managing partner
South African-born Silicon Valley entrepreneur Vinny Lingham wants to curb identity theft with his latest venture, called Civic. Lingham shot to Silicon Valley fame when he sold his virtual gift card service Gyft to First Data for more than US$50m in 2014