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“Bitcoin is a new currency that was created in 2009 by an unknown person using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. Transactions are made with no middle men – meaning, no banks! There are no transaction fees and no need to give your real name,” says Taurai who is an advisor and Director of Bitfinance. More merchants are beginning to accept them: You can buy webhosting services, pizza or even manicures using Bitcoins.

Why Bitcoins?

Bitcoins can be used to buy merchandise anonymously. In addition, international payments are easy and cheap because bitcoins are not tied to any country or subject to regulation. Small businesses may like them because there are no credit card fees. Some people just buy bitcoins as an investment, hoping that they’ll go up in value.

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shutterstock_2399715701The Future of Money: Bitcoin Presentation
Come tomorrow and meet Taurai Chinyamakobvu,
a high-impact leader with strong competencies in technological innovation, strategy and global business, Taurai was trained at business schools in Zimbabwe, Japan, USA & Sweden. He is an advisor on Africa to Marubeni Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 company. Taurai is also an advisor and director of Bitfinance, a pan-African blockchain company; and a partner & director of Flocash, a pan-African online payment gateway connected to over 200 payment networks worldwide and operating in over 30 African countries. He is an expert on digital finance with an extra-ordinary passionate about innovation and its impact on society. He also writes about technology, innovation and blockchain on various technology blogs. Taurai previously worked in various sectors such as banking, telecoms, industrial and technology.
He will be here tomorrow at 10am to come and share with you the future of digital payment system, Bitcoin and the opporutunities it can raise for Africans, if you have time, this is not to miss. Tell a friend aswell

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“Effective networking isn’t a result of luck – it requires hard work and persistence.” Buni community meetup brings together the community members to build relationships, facilitate engagement and share knowledge with each other. This month, we will be conducting a community meetup here at Buni Hub with theme “Hello Stranger” mainly for you. So if you are a community member or aspiring to become one, we warmly invite you to this networking meetup. Various activities such as karioke, gaming (Fifa), cards, chess etc will be available. Let’s create memories and have fun together. #Buningers

10941371_1574675279410931_3895532515012524022_nTop innovations and great inventions are historically masculine. A review on greatest women innovators reveals a few famous names and for some reasons Mother Teresa crossed my mind; the mention of her name  resonates  in my head as the mother of charity and  notably. There is no invention to link her to, but her charity missions irrefutably put her in the rank of world’s greatest women. Temple Grandin, Margaret Thatcher, Amelia Earhart, I could also mention Martha Graham as if  she invented dance assuming people never danced before but her innovations in physical expression forever changed the dance world, at the Top of my list is Marie Curie; the first female winner of the Nobel Prize in 1903 (she won it twice in both physics and chemistry), Curie was a pioneering physicist and chemist who is known for her breakthrough ideas in radioactivity,  her discovery of two elements and a myriad more infamous names linked to weak innovative inventions. Judging me for using the word weak whilst I have no strong innovative idea attached to my name will be an insult to humanity, my definition and context of the word ‘weak’ is relative depending on how crude you perceive it. Read more

Buni Poster 1_001The Microsoft Office Training course offers an introduction to the main Office applications: Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint, in bite-sized tutorials. You quickly cover basics for each app. For instance: using the Quick Access ribbon in Word, formatting cells in Excel, creating your first database in Access, and how to start and theme a new PowerPoint presentation.

This saturday the training will be conducted at the space, inviting each and everyone who will be interested in learning new skills in Microsoft Office. The event is free and anyone is welcomed. Tell a friend to tell a friend.