African blockchain and crypto businesses have been raising funding despite regulatory issues in some markets. A new report by Weetracker highlights that most of the capital raises and moves towards ICOs have predominantly been in South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe. The report looks at the first quarter 2018 activity across the continent. It also notes

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