There’s a lot of buzz about blockchain, but what does it all mean? What are some new ways that we can use blockchain in Kenya? How can we use this technology to bring more people into the financial system?
It is in regard to this that Celo, a company that aims at removing the barriers for large-scale adoption of cryptocurrencies as means-of-payment, will hold a blockchain event on Thursday August 16th 2018 at Nairobi Garage, Pinetree Plaza, off Ngong Road from 8.00 am to 9.30 am
Dubbed as, How blockchain can revolutionize mobile payments in Africa, seeks to answer all questions around blockchain in its first forum in Kenya.
Celo is building products for financial inclusion utilizing the power of blockchain. You’re invited to come meet the team and learn more about the technology behind the protocol. Coffee, tea, and breakfast on us. Please RSVP. Space is limited.
Celo, pronounced /ˈtselo/, means ‘purpose’ in Esperanto. In a similar spirit, Celo aims at creating a new platform to connect people globally and bring financial stability to those who need it most. Celo believes blockchain technology is one of the most exciting innovations in recent history and as a team they look to push the boundaries of what is possible with it today. More importantly, Celo is driven by purpose — to solve real-world problems such as lack of access to sound currency, or friction for cash-transfer programs aimed to alleviate poverty. Our mission is to build a monetary system that creates the conditions for prosperity for all.
We regularly host thought-provoking and inspiring talks, skill-focused seminars and unique networking evenings designed to provide opportunities for professional development and creative growth.Get to know what events we having in the space here!