A Documinute film supported by Luno

As the world races to lead the way in blockchain technology, could Africa have an advantage?

This documentary follows the journeys of two African Bitcoin pioneers, Alakanani Itireleng (Founder of the Satoshi Centre, Botswana) and Lorien Gamaroff (Founder of Usizo, South Africa). Exploring their hopes for this technology and how it could be used to improve the lives of millions of people, experts in finance, economics and technology weigh in with a mix of industry research, opinions and passion for what the future global economy could hold. And, with much of the developed world’s banking system becoming increasingly unstable, this documentary starts a conversation about cryptocurrency and Africa leapfrogging problems to live in a better global financial system.

A new crypto documentary promises to tell the story of how cryptocurrency can affect social change across the African continent. - Jack Martin

 “Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution,” [...] features industry heavyweights including SatoshiCentre founder Alakanani Itireleng in Botswana and South African Monero developer Riccardo Spagni. The film shows how vastly different their lives are[...] - Leigh Cuen

Available with the following subtitles: English [CC], Español (Latinoamérica) [CC], Español (España) [CC], Français [CC],  हिन्दी [CC], Português (Brasil) [SDH], Português (Portugal) [CC], 日本語, 中文 (简体) [CC]