Michael Kiberu Nagenda is an Ugandan, Swiss-German who is running multiple African tech initiatives in the FinTech and Cybersecurity space. He is the CEO of Bit2Big, the leading Cryptocurrency company in East and West Africa. Plus founder of Blockchain Association of Uganda, Blockchain Africa I/O, and Director of Umbrella Kids NGO. His work only has one goal – helping people. With his projects, he is supporting tech development in Africa enabling thousands of people to reach a better life. Michael is an ardent advocate for cooperation, building communities that strive for a better tomorrow based on collaboration. Check out our interview below, where Michael gave us succinct and deep answers to questions about his projects and the future.
What are your greatest blockchain projects that can improve developing countries?
CELO, mobile first approach leading to financial inclusion.
What are the biggest problems in Africa that can be solved with blockchain?
IT Infrastructure / Platforms to build on. None-Transparency. Blockchain comes with an excellent set of technologies such as (distribution of data, encryption, peer2peer,….). This allows sharing of data in a transparent way.
What will the world in 10 years look like?
Beautiful, through the lenses that beautifies it via AI+, Metaverse, Blockchain and other groundbreaking technologies.
How do you gain confidence for the future?
By trusting GOD and HIS promises.
What motivates you to be a speaker at BLOCKCHANCE Europe 2021?
Great community, great opportunity to connect with other challengers in the industry in a great setup Blockchance has been delivering makes one excited to be part.
Meet Michael at the upcoming BLOCKCHANCE Europe 2021 conference, where he will hold a keynote speech on Africa 2.0 transformation with blockchain technology. Get one of the last tickets here and join us on Telegram, Twitter or LinkedIn to stay up to date. To catch a glimpse of his vision, check out our BLOCKCHANCE Online LIVE show on YouTube, where he discussed real-life pain points in African economies and promising solutions together with Yaliwe Soko and Douglas Ayela.