At Bantu, humanity is the focus.
This is evident in everything we do and stand for, including our logo. We do not exist in a vacuum. We are named and built on the foundations that embody freedom from the shackles limiting humanity. The Bantu logo is a combination of the Adinkra symbol and the wordmark “Bantu”.
Hello Bantu Community!
It has come to our attention that some third-party individuals and organisations are using the XBN ticker/symbol, and logos similar or identical to the Bantu logos to promote and distribute certain crypto assets. Please be informed that the XBN ticker/symbol and the Bantu Logos are and remain the registered trademarks of the Bantu Blockchain Foundation.
To celebrate our crossing of the 10,000 members milestone on the Bantu Foundation Telegram group, we will be airdropping some XBN to 10 random community members who have successfully updated both their BantuPay and BantuTalk usernames with the BantuPay Bot on Telegram.
The winners of our 10,000 Telegram members giveaway are as follows:
Congratulations to our winners. Congratulations to our future winners too.
We keep expanding. We keep moving forward.
Thank you Bantu!
As we continue working on the ongoing XBN listing process, there are 5 important announcements to wrap up this first quarter of 2021, and set the tone for the next quarter.
1. New BantuPay Update (Major Update)
Please update your BantuPay Wallets. An important update has been done to address many issues that have been reported by YOU, especially relating to the claiming of bonuses. In this new update, new users will have a seamless registration, and will be able to claim their Welcome (Activation) Bonus in the smoothest way possible. No hiccups. BantuPay is about simplicity!
It is no longer news that BantuPay wallet has been redesigned to bring you better speed, security and simplicity. It is now time to show you how to move over your account from the old version of the app to the new BantuPay.
We are excited to share 3 amazing updates with YOU!
Bantu Empower Bonus (BEB)
In addition to the free “welcome” XBN utility token that our users are rewarded for:
The Bantu Blockchain Foundation, is distributing a special Bantu Empower Bonus to YOU our amazing users. The reason? To recognise and reward our users for their loyalty and commitment - beginning from the Bantu Blockchain Launch in 2020 all the way to the Blockchain testing phases. We are now ready to move our services Mainnet.
One of the major features in the ongoing fourth industrial revolution is blockchain technology. To ensure that emerging markets are not once again left out on the positive growth and impact attributed to technological revolutions, Bantu was birthed to serve as a conduit to uplift emerging markets through its Blockchain Network. More details about what Bantu is, why we exist and how to be a part of our vision and mission can be found here. You can also watch our CEO, Ernest Mbenkum’s Keynote Speech at our launch, to learn more.
Bantu’s flagship product, BantuPay, built on the Bantu Blockchain Infrastructure and launched on December 16, 2020, records over 50,000 users. This impressive figure comes just 7 days after launch. Stats show that users come from across 147 countries, with at least a thousand users from each continent.
BantuPay is built on the four pillars of empowerment, security, speed and low cost. We seek to empower humanity with a means for value transfer through the help of a non-custodial wallet. BantuPay is noncustodial because we do not keep your secret key, you alone are in control of your digital assets. Like…
The Bantu Blockchain, an indigenous Pan-African Blockchain Network Infrastructure is being developed by the Bantu Blockchain Foundation (BBF). BBF is currently made up of 27 dedicated African team members spread across 7 workstreams on 3 continents. They are among Africa’s leading blockchain professionals who have been in the industry since the early days of blockchain. The team has decades of professional experience in banking and finance, cybersecurity, fintech innovation, compliance, law enforcement, governance, business and intellectual property law, and large scale technology infrastructure deployment.
Blockchain technology has myriad use cases beyond cryptocurrencies which brought the novel technology to the limelight…
The general goal of technology is to make things easier, faster and more accessible. Accessibility here means more affordability and simplicity for you and I. A walk down historyville will show that this is exactly how new technologies that displace the old have evolved. For this reason, we are excited to introduce to you Bantu, the Blockchain infrastructure that empowers humanity.
What Blockchain Is
A rather simplistic definition of blockchain is a digital ledger replicated on several computers. What differentiates it from other forms of ledgers is that the decisions on data entries are reached by everyone with a ledger…
The Blockchain Infrastructure That Empowers Humanity