For a while now, this space has been silent, quiet. The operations of Decentralize Africa had been paused in December 2021. But not to worry, we are resuming activities fully this February. So a Happy New Year! is in order. In any case, it is important to note that a few changes have been made to the core of Decentralize Africa.
Since it’s inception, Decentralize Africa had been about the reportage of Bitcoin, Crypto, Blockchain and AI amongst other things and how these technologies impact the African economic scene. Now, Decentralize Africa wishes to turn its focus more to Crypto, to be a curator of relevant happenings in the space as well as to help readers understand what the happenings really mean beyond a level of surface understanding while still retaining the aspects mentioned above.
To this end, Decentralize Africa has a revised policy for content. Short, understandable and straight to the point. Our team of writers is committed to bringing the best quality based on these principles. We’d also like to spark conversations around happenings and concepts in the crypto space on social media. In essence, we won’t just report what’s going on, we would be there to give context and explanations as well. Crypto and blockchain doesn’t have to be rocket science. At Decentralize Africa, we look forward to deconstructing it to the simplest ways possible.
At this point, I must announce that Oyin Komolafe will no longer be continuing with us as Chief Editor having left Decentralize Africa to pursue other projects. To that end, I will be stepping up to fill the role at the pleasure of Project Lead at Decentralize Africa, Samuel Attah and while the role is demanding, I hope to give it my best and with the support of the team, we will bring forth some of the best.