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1st ever gaming Blockchain platform to help investors find best ideas to invest in explained

By CNBC
04 September 2018   |   5:30 am
The 1st ever gaming platform that allows investors and entrepreneurs to directly bank and invest on the ingenuity, talent and ideas of Africa’s Youth through block-chain technology has being unveiled.

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