ICANN Accredited Domain Name Registrar Web4Africa Extends Into New Data Centres

Leading pan-African web hosting company Web4Africa, which is accredited by ICANN as an authorised domain name registrar, expands into four new data centres in their effort to provide a more reliable web hosting services across the region.

ICANN Accredited domain name registrar and prominent pan-African web hosting company Web4Africa is extending into four new data centres. With this, the company will now be able to provide more reliable and efficient web hosting services with broadened servers. They are expanding their web hosting infrastructure so they can provide improved services to their international clients. Websites can now be hosted and stored on massive servers. “We are working hard to provide better services to our customers. I believe we can only do this by widening our web hosting infrastructure which is increasing the number of our servers. We are in the business of providing technologies and services needed for all kind of businesses regardless of their industry or size to be viewed and displayed on the internet, so we are making sure we provide these services more efficiently,” explains the CEO of Web4Africa.

Web4Africa has an improved high-class web hosting framework that includes quality performing servers that ensures high uptime to make sure their clients don’t lose any customers at all. Networking accessories and dual-stack multi-homed autonomous internet protocol networks ensure the smooth operation of websites. Their systems are secure and have the ability to convey web traffic expeditiously. They distribute effective website domain names to their worldwide customers while also administering web hosting solutions and services.

Earlier the company was in the news for building West Africa’s first mirror project, which intended to drastically improve the availability of free and open-source software in and around Nigeria. To help more businesses in the region build their digital presence, the company frequently offer regular discounts and run promotions.

About Web4Africa

Established in 2002, Web4Africa is known for its own enterprise-grade hardware, resilient dual-stack IP network backed by capable and responsive support personnel. Domains, web hosting, reseller hosting, virtual private servers, colocation and dedicated servers are among the many services provided to ensure the smooth running of client websites. They are an ICANN Accredited domain name registrar that works directly with domain name registries. Now, the firm can provide the customers with the choice of data centre locations in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya or South Africa to have a more efficient digital presence. To encourage businesses and individuals who are into digital currencies, Web4Africa also accepts payments in bitcoin.

More information about the services can be found at https://web4africa.com

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Address: 372 Oak Avenue, Randburg, South Africa
Phone: +27 10 500 8831

Thomas Alvec Transforms Digital Currency Infrastructure With His Venture Vexa Global

Driven by a passion to build innovations that apply intelligent technologies that ease complex solutions, Thomas Alvec has been known for assisting with co-creation of government projects for different countries implementing blockchain technology and helping the global adoption of digital currencies.

While the waves of industrial revolution hits the new generation, among the emerging technologies, innovations based on blockchain technology is expected to be single-handedly disrupting the industry. Thomas Alvec, who’s known for his contributions and sharing his expertise as an external consultant since 2014 recently announced to introduce a new and unique infrastructure to support digital currencies and empower entrepreneurs from around the world who has been working on the tech to build innovative solutions. Has also has been helping create several major startups, in which some reached in the top 100 industry list.

Vexa Global, the platform created by Thomas Alvec aims to enable the blockchain ecosystem to facilitate faster integration of the IoT and will introduce a range of prospects for business entities, commercial organizations and individuals to help them accelerate development and marketing. “We are working on several projects, assisting them to launch new platforms and products; the services described on our website is just a preview of what is going to come in the near future. Our primary focus at the moment is to produce an ATM network around the world in collaboration with our partners to boost the adoption of the technology.” the young CEO shares his vision. The company intends to build a next generation platform for the exchange of cryptocurrencies as well.

“Our developers are building enterprise solutions powered by AI on the blockchain technology and we will be introducing our own digital wallet and token to ease what we do. It is also vital for us to educate our partners about blockchain technology, so we will be organising seminars across the globe pushing the reach of our innovations further and further contributing to the worldwide adoption of web 3.0 projects and utilities.” concludes the CEO. The 31 year old founder has also introduced one of the very first ATMs in the United States to allow people to buy and sell Bitcoin, three years ago.

About Vexa Global

Vexa Global is a Tallinn based IT enterprise founded in the year of 2019. Thomas Alvec created the company by assigning a team of specialists in information technology, internet of things and experienced developers. Vexa Global currently employs dozens of engineers, marketing specialists and experienced traders; the team also has people who work remotely. The initiative intends to provide the entrepreneurs and businesses who are engaging in the industry to build smarter innovations as it can be challenging to understand what the actual benefits of blockchain solutions without having an experienced company to work with. The team doesn’t want Vexa Global to be recognised as a platform that provides specialist solutions, but as a firm that’s being operated by technology enthusiasts in the industry who love their work and has a passion to help people adapt to the technology and make them reach the next level.

More details about the platform and its CEO Thomas Alvec can be found at: https://vexaglobal.com

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Romanian Startup SlotManiak To Develop New Games On The Blockchain As Dapps

In his recent interview with Startup Fortune, Mr. Cosmin Petrescu, CEO of the romanian gaming startup announces his plan to develop his latest games on the blockchain platform.

Romania // August 19// Startup Fortune // Gaming industry is arguably one of the very few sectors that has always been on its toes in terms of growth and development. Because it is basically customer centric, game developers have got no choice than to keep the chain rolling on getting better everyday otherwise they risk losing their “hungry, ever addicted” customers to another competitor that is just doing it a little bit better. The evolution of the entertainment sector is therefore always on going. Popular games which were initially designed for conventional platforms are now being developed to adapt to the blockchain world.

Popular games, starburst and gonzo’s quest is definitely in for the ride too. Recently, it was announced that the amazing Starburst and Gonzo’s quest game will be built on a blockchain framework to serve gamers better. The two games which are one of the most popular slot games played both online and in casinos are interesting and adventurous giving gamers a true experience of being in action and truly in quest.

While starburst has an arcade feel which makes it enticing to the players coupled with sounds that balance well with the simple yet multiple themed design. The games doesn’t have much of a background history and as such wastes no time before settling gamers down for the real deal. The game is fast-paced with just 5 reels and 10 play lines. Gonzo’ quest has a rich history of about a 16th century city, Eldorado which holds treasures such as gold but overtime the paths to the place has been scraped.

Both games which were initially developed by NetEnt have enjoyed serous playtime with gamers. The upgrade slotmaniac is now doing on the blockchain framework will no doubt bring gamers’ joy to another level. Since the blockchain is characterized by decentralization, transparency and top notch security, this will give gamers especially casino players, both online and offline a trustful environment to play fairly and enjoy themselves knowing that the outcomes of the game cannot be influenced in anyway. Also, recreating both games on the ethereum Dapps platform will reinforce their independence. The “gems” collected in the game becomes easily trade-able on the blockchain network, and even converted to fiat currencies giving gamers even more reasons to play.

CEO of the startup Mr. Cosmin Petrescu has expressed optimism about the progress of the project, and is sure about the great facelift blockchain technology will give to the games as a DApp. “The rich South America culture sets the tune of the game both in visuals and sound in gonzo’s quest’ we want to give the blockchain users that experience with our development. Their focus seems to be on switching the narrative of the gaming industry to an even better level while promoting the adoption of blockchain in the gaming industry.

More details can be found at: https://www.slotmaniak.com

Study Reveals That Google Earned About 4.7 Billion Dollars From The News Sector In 2018

4.7 billion dollars is the amount Google earned in the area of news business in 2018, through news search and Google News, according to a research published by the News Media Alliance.

Journalists and media platforms who create this content deserve $ 4.7 billion, said David Chavern, president and CEO of the alliance, which represents more than 2,000 newspapers nationwide, including The New York Times.

“They make money from this system,” Chavern said: “News publishers should get a better result.”

That $ 4.7 billion is almost the same as $ 5.1 billion provided by the US information industry as a whole last year for digital advertising – and the News Media Alliance warned that its estimated revenue from Google was conservative. First, it does not take into account the value of the personal data the company collects with consumers each time they click on such an article.
Sign with interest

“The study openly illustrates what we all know so clearly and painfully,” said Terrance C.Z. Egger, CEO of the Philadelphia Inquirer PBC, which publishes The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and philly.com. “The current dynamics of the relationship between platforms and our industry is devastating.”

The News Media Alliance publishes a study before hearing the House subcommittee on the interrelationships between major technology and media companies.

“News is an important form of content supporting civil society,” says Mr. Chaverna was added. “I think everyone, from readers to writers to politicians, understands that if journalism is over, it is a terrible result whether we can support the republic.”

News Media Alliance based its new report in part on a study conducted by economic consultant Keystone Strategy. Keystone Strategy is based on a statistic that was made public in 2008, when a Google executive estimated that Google News raised $ 100 million. The study also noted how much revenue the company has grown since then, among other factors.

News is an important part of Google’s business, according to the study. About 40 percent of clicks on the platform’s trend queries are for news. That is the content that Google does not pay, according to the report, although it often presents the headlines of the media to the letter. Experts from the industry were pointing out to the fact that big tech companies should show some appreciation for the content that news publishers provide.

US Retail Giant Walmart Wants Patent For Blockchain Driven Drone

Walmart has filed a patent application for a drone communication system based on blockchain technology. With this, the retail giant, one of the largest companies in the business, wants to patent a drone communication system.

With the system, the operating parameters of a drone can be encoded and stored. This allows drones to pass through each other’s locations. This is because the receiving drone can decrypt, read and decrypt the parameters.

Since 2017, the retail giant has patented blockchain solutions for drones. In May 2017, for example, Walmart filed a patent application for a ‘Unmanned Air Delivery to a Safe Place’ system. Walmart has been flirting with cryptocurrencies for some time. Earlier this month, a patent was filed for a digital currency based on blockchain. According to the documents, Walmart ‘wants to launch a digital currency based on a regular currency such as the US dollar. So, this is really a stable currency.

On May 17, 2018, a patent application was filed for a blockchain solution for a market or a second-hand items platform. The application describes a service that records a customer’s purchases in the blockchain. This allows the customer to resell items on a sales platform using proof of purchase.

Chris Munch Launches New Internet Business Training Program ‘The 100k Shout Out’

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Internet marketing veteran Chris munch launches his latest business training program for online entrepreneurs ‘The 100k Shout Out’, with a new content amplification engine called ‘AmpiFire’.

The $100k Shout Out Is devised to help individuals move from $0 to $100,000 in one year with no special skills, no product, no audience, no experience in content marketing, zero startup capital and even no landing page.

For those looking to go into online entrepreneurship, the course illustrates the precise bids to pick, and the right phases to get through to make 6 figures per year. Although the course does not promise to reveal a ‘get rich quick scheme’, it takes the absolute beginner through the steps that will train them from novice to expert if they put in the right work.

You can find more details about ‘The $100k Shout Out’ HERE

AmpiFire, The New Content Amplification Engine

Content amplification is a multi-track tactic which employs the media space to publicize and circulate content. Amplifying content helps brands to intensify their reach while helping target audience make meaningful conversions.

AmpiFire is a pristine, one-of-a-kind Content Amplification Engine. Using AmpiFire, anyone can amplify their businesses, acquiring more coverage and buyer traffic online, by means of news networks, content editors, blogs and vast broadcasting outlets.

The budding software has already fostered exclusive relationships with foremost content platforms, news networks and important websites which individuals would ordinarily have to pay expensive fees or go through the strenuous process of getting permission from their administrators(what could take months to accomplish) to have their contents published. With AmpiFire, users can save cost and time that it would otherwise take to manually generate just a fraction these strong campaigns.

HERE is a DEMO of Ampifire.

As soon as a concise and easy to understand form is filled on the AmpiFire system (online), it generates content and distributes them on appropriate platforms online. An impressive feature about AmpiFire is its ability to create a wide variety of content and put them on platforms that are best suited for them. Regular Posts are sent to Traffic Blogs (that boast of massive traffic), Articles are created and put up on Conventional News Sites, Videos are distributed on YouTube & Vimeo, PowerPoint Presentations are shared on LinkedIn’s SlideShare, Audio Clips are exported to Recognized Podcast Indexes, engaging content are shared on Social Media Platforms Like Facebook & Twitter and Google News.

What do users get from AmpiFire?

With the effective “Digital Shout Out” from AmpiFire, users are exposed to a relentless stream of buyer traffic in the long run, essentially improving the rankings of their content/product or services. With AmpiFire, valuable keywords are placed in Google in about 36 hours.

When used for ecommerce, local & affiliate marketing business experts have labelled AmpiFire as an established $100,000/year business model.

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Broader Adoption Of Bitcoin: Dutch Man Sells House For 30 BTC

A broader adoption of Bitcoin on the way: a Dutch man sells a house for 30 Bitcoin. A Brabant man sells his house for bitcoin, while someone from Arnhem makes his purchases with the largest cryptocurrency. Tim Hanekamp of Eindhoven sells his house for bitcoin (BTC). He tells the Dagblad Brabants about his motives: “I don’t know anyone in Brabant who has done this. But I believe in technology. You don’t have to go to a bank, mortgage advisor or notary.”

The house is for sale for a price between € 250,000 and € 300,000. But Hanekamp prefers to receive hard bitcoins for his house. Hanekamp: “It’s useful because I don’t have to change. There’s a lot involved. You have to go to a mortgage advisor, you have to deal with the interests again.” According to De Brabander, a transaction with bitcoin means that it will mainly have fewer administrative problems. When Hanekamp has sold his house, he goes on a trip to the motor home: “The value could well be one million per coin, so I buy a much nicer house.”

Therefore, Bitcoin is particularly useful in this situation to avoid several intermediaries. Bitcoin is a payment method, but it is by no means suitable for all situations. That does not prevent an Arnhemmer from shopping with BTC. A Redditor proudly shows the receipt of your purchases. The sumBTC user has paid very well through the Bitcoin Lightning Network for, among other things, some nuts and fish sticks.

It is an official payment method in the corresponding supermarket. In many places on the Internet you can already pay with bitcoin, but physical stores do not yet support it. If you still want to pay with bitcoin or other crypto currencies, it depends, for example, on a debit card like Coinbase. In this specific store there is a way to pay directly with bitcoin and the second fast layer called Lightning Network. A scan of the QR code and it’s ready.

AliExpress To Dominate Russian Retail Chains Through Virtual Reality

China’s e-commerce giant, AliExpress, enters Russian mobile phone stores. The first partner will be Tele2, which began showing in its stores the windows of a Chinese company with product samples, representatives of the commercial platform and mobile phone operator told Izvestia. Buyers can immediately order their favorite device by scanning the assigned QR code. For AliExpress, this is the first experience in Russia, although in China, an online hypermarket is already actively using this format.

AliExpress will be represented in Russia in mass offline. The first 30 windows of the Chinese Internet hypermarket opened at 30 in the Tele2 communication stores in Moscow, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg and Kazan, operator representative Daria Kolesnikova told Izvestia. By the end of 2019, your number will increase to more than a thousand,

For AliExpress, this is the first experience of placing shop windows offline in Russia in a third-party retail network. AliExpress did not exclude the possibility of cooperation with companies that now issue orders for an online hypermarket. “We want to see how our project will work in communication stores to understand the interest of buyers in such tools. In China, this is very popular: there is a TaoBao Selected project with small showrooms of selected vendors,” says AliExpress. The main problem with the showcases offline today is the extremely poor assortment compared to a normal online store

AliExpress is not the only company that starts an Internet business and then continues it in a non-virtual world. For example, in 2018, the American Internet giant Amazon started opening Amazon Go offline stores in the US (You can pay the goods without ATMs, the money is debited without contact from the customer’s account) The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi, which sold its devices exclusively on the Internet, in 2016 also began the creation of the Mi Home brand retail network in China. The goal of creating online showcases and complete stores is to attract a new audience that, for one reason or another, prefers to buy in physical showrooms.