The digital platform LocalBitcoins.com, which helps users to trade cryptocurrency locally, has partnered with two motorcycle lovers who are going to travel through Africa and help set up new Bitcoin exchanges in several countries.
Borja and Elvis are the two adventurers responsible for the trip, according to Bitcoin Magazine. However, to plan a successful mission, LocalBitcoins and the two riders will need your help. “We need local contacts in the following African countries for an extremely interesting upcoming adventure. If you know anybody in these countries/cities, or if you are in them, please spread the word”, it’s possible to read in this message published by LocalBitcoins.
And which are these cities and countries? Here’s the list:
- Morocco – Casablanca and Marrakech
- Western Sahara
- Mauritania – Nouakchott
- Senegal – Dakar
- Mali – Bamako
- Burkina faso – Ouagadougou
- Togo – Lomé
- Benin – Cotonou
- Cameroon – Douala
- Nigeria – Abuja
- Republic of Congo – Brazzaville
- Democratic Republic of Congo – Kinshasha
- Angola – Luanda
- Namibia – Windhoek
- Bostwana – Gaborone
- South Africa – Cape Town
According to this list, the adventure will start in Morocco and end in South Africa, with several stops along the way. To directly contact Borja and help to set up an exchange you can send an email [email protected] You can also tweet your support [email protected] the #BitcoinAfrica hashtag or post on the BitcoinTalk forums.
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