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Explaining Bitcoin and Kipochi on African News Channel

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The Bitcoin community is growing rapidly, interest in the Crypto Bitcoins guide has spread dramatically online, and new services are accepting Bitcoin payments increasingly. Blogging large, WordPress, accepts Bitcoin payments, and African primarily based mobile application supplier, Kipochi, have developed a Bitcoin wallet that can enable Bitcoin payments on mobile phones in developing nations
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37Coins - Bitcoin Wallet for 3rd World

Hi there!
check out, a set of tools to bring SMS Bitcoin wallets to any mobile network. An Android application acts as gateway to the internet, while the clients can use 'dump' feature-phones. The challenge is making compromises to bring as much security as affordable to allow a client on an untrusted network to control the hosted wallet.
What you see is a prototype, it allows sending an receiving Bitcoins via SMS shortcodes. A voice-pin service is in place that validates big transactions, while a onetime token is used for small amounts. Anyone can open a gateway and advertise his number to people, for every transaction through your gateway you'll receive a fee. In this way 37Coins is different to mPesa or Kipochi because it can operate without a network provider's agreement and easily expand to new countries.
I'd be happy if people with old android phones would take a minute and set up a gateway. The more gateways there are, the more testing I can do. The wallet is also an easy way to get people to use Bitcoin, like a friend or your grandma, just send a small amount to their number, and they are in.
Please have a look at the page. Any feedback is very welcome!
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Subreddit Stats: bitcoin top posts from 2013-07-04 to 2013-08-03 01:56 PDT

Period: 29.36 days
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Total 1000 27091
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Unique Redditors 635 4416
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How Kipochi is Taking Bitcoin into Africa Pelle Braendgaard is the co-founder of Kipochi, a UK-based, globally focused bitcoin wallet service started in March 2013. Die Revolution kommt nun nicht mehr aus dem Silicon Valley, sondern aus Afrika, besser gesagt: Kenya. In Gestalt des Start-up + erobern Bitcoins künftig Länder übergreifend die Welt. Alles was dazu notwendig ist, ist ein Handy. Kipochi the startup I helped found 3 years ago is in the news again. While the whole story ended up pretty painful for me I did learn a lot from the experience. It's been a while now so I think it's time to tell the story from the inside. First some background. I started Kipochi in Feb 2013 together with a consortium of Danish guys with experience in telcom in Africa. I brought technology from ... Yang mau tau.. Persaaan istri gw ama cewe yg cosplay tu ..bisa cek di instagram gw,, Jadi asli mirip sekali cuman beda sifat! ,,, #istrijepang #cewejepang #neojapan Sorry gw ngerjain kaliann, tapi masi aja ada yg percaya ya hehehe Dibawa santai saja ~!! Kipochi is releasing its special Bitcoin wallet and the news couldn’t be better: thanks to this service, which allows people to send and receive virtual currency and convert it through the popular Kenyan service M-Pesa, one third of the inhabitants of Kenya now have a Bitcoin wallet.. Although this doesn’t mean that everyone is using Bitcoin, it’s a huge step forward towards the massive ...

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