Promoted | In this podcast, TechCentral talks to OVEX CEO Jonathan Ovadia and marketing lead Nicola Bergonzoli about the crypto company’s ambitious expansion plans in Africa.
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Promoted | The digital asset trading platform will exit the cryptocurrency arbitrage business at the end of January.
Promoted | As many as 15% of South Africans own some form of cryptocurrency, according to some estimates.
Promoted | In this article, we aim to provide a simple explanation of cryptocurrency without getting into too many details, and then show you how to buy it.
Promoted | South Africans do things differently, and that’s not a bad thing. And when it comes to cryptocurrency, local is definitely lekker.
Why would you want to purchase a crypto imitation of the rand? And is it legal?
Promoted | What do Goldman Sachs, the World Bank, the European Union and OVEX have in common? They are all clients of the prestigious audit and financial advisory firm Mazars.
The South African Revenue Service has made it more difficult for taxpayers to get approval on crypto arbitrage trades using their R10-million/year foreign investment allowance.
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority has closed its investigation into Ovex, conceding in a statement issued on Friday that the company does not require a financial services licence currently.
In this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Ovadia, co-founder and CEO of Ovex, a relatively new cryptocurrency exchange based in Cape Town, joins TechCentral’s Duncan McLeod for a discussion on the crypto market.