Today's Jam Review features an African Web3 project, Crypto Media Africa, which placed second in the Mega Hackathon community voting that ended recently.
Although Crypto Media Africa didn't win the award, it is a great way to get a first impression of the crypto market and industry in Africa.
Scouted by: Mega Hackathon
Crypto-Media Africa is a fast decentralized web 3 payment platform built on Moralis Ethereum blockchain platform which enables an Ethereum blockchain transaction easy while using Metamask or WalletConnect, there is no specific period to our services, as we are looking to connect the whole world through our easy merchant to client transaction method by just tapping the wallet address link sent to your mobile presumably the first in Africa.
I have been in this field for a few years now. I have to gain knowledge and experience while I work during these initial years. From a normal website developer and a graphics designer to a blockchain developer.
As a beginner, my short-term goals played an important role, It helped in shaping my career’s path. I have five years of experience in cryptocurrency, I saw the benefits that come with cryptocurrency so I decided to organize a free tutorial for interested students on how cryptocurrency works.
My mid-term target was just to have a crypto school where I enlighten the interested students on cryptocurrency's importance.
My long-term growth target was breaking into the field of cryptocurrency, I am already a developer so I decided to upgrade to a blockchain developer. First of all, by creating a website that everybody can visit and get more enlightened about cryptocurrency, I now need a few partners that can help me in this mission. This was how we started with the project Crypto Media Africa. Now we are interested in creating our own token just like any other big projects in the crypto space.
We are actually in the 2nd quarter of our project road Map, and we are still making progress. We thank God for that.
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