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This post is a guide showing the easiest safest way to invest in bitcoin in South Africa, which is called Dollar Cost Averaging and involves just accumulating bitcoin. It is important to understand that bitcoin is considered an extremely volatile digital asset, and should be treated as a high risk investment. Depending on the size […]

Are you a bitcoin enthusiast who also has their own business, and / or charge people for your products and services? As an entrepreneur and bitcoin user, allowing customers the additional payment option of bitcoin when making payment is a great way to acquire bitcoin. HODL Merchant vs a Pass though Merchant A pass through […]

iCE3X, South Africa’s favourite cryptocurrency exchange are happy to welcome our new COO. Eugene Etsebeth, former Chairman of the Virtual Currency and Distributed Ledger Technology working group at the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), is joining iCE3X as Chief Operating Officer, effective 1st October 2018. Eugene Etsebeth Etsebeth (@etsebeth) was most recently Sybrin Systems where […]

The lightning network The lightning network is an off-chain layer2 network, that aims to scale the bitcoin network to be able to handle millions to billions of transactions per second, instantly, through the power of smart contracts. Nodes can connect to each other and form the Lightning network. Connecting to another node means opening a […]

We would like to connect with you easily and more often, online and in person, so we have been expanding our cryptocurrency reach and channels. We would love it if you joined us online and at social events to talk about bitcoin and cryptocurrency in South Africa. Our Cryptocurrency social media profiles: Join our Facebook […]

What is it about money that brings out the worst in people? There are countless get rich quick schemes on the internet, they have been around since before the internet, and will always be around. Since the invention of bitcoin, we have seen a massive surge in these schemes and scams that have really got […]

Every few months you hear of another bitcoin exchange that has been hacked somewhere in the world. There are more and more exchanges, and that means there are a growing number of targets for hackers. Hackers know that exchanges are mostly honey-pots, filled with private user information, and more importantly bitcoin that can be virtually […]

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