Podcast | Simon Dingle and Steven Sidley believe a revolution is coming to the world of finance, and it could mean the end of banks – at least as we know them.
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Why would you want to purchase a crypto imitation of the rand? And is it legal?
ZARP is pegged to the price of the rand and is available on the Ovex cryptocurrency exchange, Curve, and Keep3rV1 Network.
TechCentral’s interview with Vodacom Group CEO Shameel Joosub was the publication’s most popular podcast in May 2018, followed by interviews with MultiChoice South Africa CEO Calvo Mawela and cryptocurrency expert
In this episode of the TechCentral podcast, Duncan McLeod chats to Simon Dingle, former technology journalist, long-time podcaster, speaker and technologist, about his new book, In Math We Trust, about the world
BitX, the Bitcoin exchange launched last year, has released a mobile application that it hopes will help emerging markets better understand and use the cryptocurrency. The app allows anyone to buy or sell Bitcoin and functions as a wallet to store the virtual currency. BitX is headquartered
TechCentral founder editor Duncan McLeod and Finweek contributor and ZA Tech Show host Simon Dingle have jointly won the information and communications technology category of the 2012 Classic FM Business Journalist of the Year awards. The awards, which are
22seven is no longer in beta. It will offer users a 30-day free trial, after which the service will cost R70/month. There is no contractual commitment and users can opt out at any time. CEO Christo Davel says mobile applications are inevitable, but won’t commit to a timeline for their launch
SA technology journalist Simon Dingle has been hired by Cape Town-based personal financial management start-up 22seven to head its product strategy and design team. Launched in January, 22seven is headed up by Christo Davel, the former CEO of now-defunct online bank 20twenty. Dingle will continue to write for Finweek magazine
Yesterday, a new personal financial management service called 22seven was launched in SA. It allows you to track your personal spending and savings with tools for financial planning. The interface is slick and the intention of the developers, who I have spent some time in conversation with, is to make