[WATCH] Forget DeFi, Welcome to RealFi – A Chat with CEO, World Mobile, a Shared Mesh Network Connecting East Africa

World Mobile recently launched the World Mobile Token (WMT) on the Cardano blockchain to help bring affordable internet and digital services within East Africa via a shared economy.

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BitKE caught up with Micky Watkins, CEO, World Mobile Group, to talk about the company’s recent moves within the East African market.

World Mobile recently launched the World Mobile Token (WMT) on the Cardano blockchain to help bring affordable internet and digital services within East Africa via a shared economy.

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SEE ALSO[WATCH] East Africa’s World Mobile Announces the Launch of its Utility-based World Mobile Token ($WMT) on the Cardano Blockchain

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In this discussion, we talk:

  • Introductions
  • Connecting the unconnected
  • Partnership with IOHK and Cardano
  • The WMT Token
  • Forget DeFi, welcome to RealFi
  • The mesh network connectivity in Africa
  • How East Africa is setting the pace
  • Regulation within East Africa
  • 2021 roadmap and beyond
  • The sharing economy

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Learn more about World Mobile via the links below:

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RECOMMENDED READING: Inside Cardano’s Plans for Africa

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