Kenyan citizen prefare to pay dowry with bitcoin rather than goat

Kenyan citizen prefare to pay dowry with bitcoin rather than goat

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November 29, 2017 by Bitzamp
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Kenyan citizen prefare to pay dowry with bitcoin rather than goat The question of mass adoption of Bitcoin is a frequent topic of discussion among the members of the Bitcoin community. There is virtually no disagreement about the fact that Bitcoin would eventually go mainstream and that it would be a great thing. Having a
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Kenyan citizen prefare to pay dowry with bitcoin rather than goat

The question of mass adoption of Bitcoin is a frequent topic of discussion among the members of the Bitcoin community. There is virtually no disagreement about the fact that Bitcoin would eventually go mainstream and that it would be a great thing.


Having a larger user base opens up more and better business opportunities, increases the demand for Bitcoins – and, by extension, their price. It also makes it more feasible for business owners to enable Bitcoin payments at their stores and brings other countless benefits to the participants of the market.

Bitcoin users across the world are beginning to Find more use cases for bitcoin as it is described as the digital gold of this century and can be used as a store of value.

Bitcoin As The digital Gold for Payment Of Dowry In Africa.

Far away in Africa a kenyan citizen named Anthony Mburu arranges to partially pay dowry using bitcoin rather Than Goats. Anthony Mburu a young bitcoin miner negotiated to pay the ‘goats portion’ of his dowry using bitcoins – and has so far paid the equivalent of 25 of the 100 required goats.

The 26-year-old Mr. Mburu quit university in 2010 only one semester into an engineering course. Mr. Mburu recently discussed his decision with Kenyan media, stating “Formal education is good. It will give you an average life. You’ll eat, have your mortgage, car loan and all that — live an average life; struggle through life to the end.” Since discovering the cryptocurrency, Mr. Mburu states that his entire life has come to revolve around bitcoin. “Everything is bitcoin. Where I live, bitcoin; what I drive, bitcoin; investment, bitcoin. It will be a bitcoin wedding,” he said.


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