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Inside The Wonder World of Digital Currency Trading

The digital world has now become the place where trading is made simply because it allows traders the flexibility and convenience that traditional trading lacks. Now, trading has become a place where anyone and everyone can participate in.

All That Bitcoin Traders Need to Know

The modern world has so many inventions that have shaped the lives of people. One of these great inventions is Bitcoin. Bitcoin has many...

A Beginner’s Guide to Start Bitcoin Exchange

Whether you plan to establish a Bitcoin exchange in foreign countries or your local area, you should acquire approvals and licensing that will allow you to operate in your chosen area. Take note that the rules and regulations for this kind of business vary depending on different factors. So, you need to work with a legal expert.

OPPO Set To Launch 2 New Smartphone Brands in Kenya

Smartphone brand OPPO is set to unveil its latest device under the Reno Series, the Reno5 and Reno5 F, in the Kenyan market on...

How To Make Money From Forex Trading

Foreign exchange trading is simply the practice of buying a currency in the belief that it will rise in value compared to others. Forex traders may work as ‘day traders’ where they buy and sell positions in currency within the same trading day, or they may take a longer-term view and hold currency in the belief that it will strengthen over time.

Ambitious TV Anchor Enters Helicopter Business

It’s not clear whose helicopters Mijungu will be working with given that a good number of private Kenyan citizen also own choppers, including Jimmy Wanjigi. Mijungu said his company is targeting wealthy businessmen and politicians, adding that there has been increased demand ahead of the 2022 elections.

List Of Kenyans Who Own Helicopters And The Cost Of Hiring...

The French made AS Aerospatiale 350B3e Eurocopter is the most popular brand with Kenyans. The cost of this helicopter is $1.9 million (Ksh202.8 million). The cost goes upwards of Ksh350 million as the chopper has to be assembled in Kenya. It’s flown into the country in parts once it has been purchased.

Odibets To Reward 2,000 Clients on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a special date for couples in love to be celebrated and rewarded with romantic dinners and thoughtful gifts. However, this year’s...

Heavy Trading in Safaricom Shares Fires Up NSE Turnover

Turnover at the Nairobi Securities Exchange rose to Ksh535 million from the previous session’s Ksh211 million, while the number of shares traded stood at 22.8 million against 6.5 million posted on Monday. The banking Sector had shares worth Ksh179 million transacted, which accounted for 33.57% of the day’s traded value.

GoK Richer After Receiving Sh1.5bn Dividend

The National Treasury & Planning Cabinet Secretary, Amb. Ukur Yatani, received the cheque from KenGen Board Chairman, General (Rtd.) Samson Mwathethe. CS Yatani noted that as the country’s leading energy producer, KenGen was a major player in the country’s growth and development.