Apollo Foundation is seeking merchants who will accept Apollo all-in-one privacy currency (APL) in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and other African nations. Merchants who join Apollo’s decentralized network can be part of the cryptocurrency revolution. Submit your application on Apollo’s website now!
(The market has climbed to $352 billion in market cap, as of this writing.)
The African continent has a population of 1.2 billion. Local consumers and merchants can benefit from decentralized systems, instead of relying exclusively on depreciating fiat cash.
Lagos, Nigeria (population 21 million) in early 2019 ranked as the top African city for online searches of Bitcoin (BTC). Other tech hubs are big cities in Kenya, South Africa, Ethiopia, and Ghana.
Apollo gives early adopters the advantage of a digital currency that lets them stay anonymous — that’s powered by blockchain, and which operates on unregulatable platform.
Consumers and merchants will need to be educated about how the innovation works (such as wallets and passphrases). Retailers are key to adoption.
The foundation’s Africa headquarters will be established in Sandton, South Africa. The new office will be located in the same building as recent partner ADF Group.
The new chairman of Apollo Africa is Anthony Mokhele, who is CEO of ADF Group. “Mr. Mokhele’s extensive background in international and business finance will be invaluable as the Apollo mission spreads across the continent of Africa,” according to a recent statement.
Apollo (APL) all-in-one privacy currency combines features of mainstream cryptocurrencies in an unregulatable platform. With two-second block speed, APL is one of the fastest cryptos on Earth. The privacy platform lets “Apollonauts” transact and send data anonymously via Encrypted Messaging, Private Ledger, Decentralized Exchange, IP Masking 2.0 and Coin Mixing. Learn more at www.apollocurrency.com