Africa Grain and Seed initiates key partnerships to enhance opportunities for farmers crypto earning opportunities

By Wallace Mawire

Anthony Denga, President and  Founder  Africa Grain and Seed

Africa Grain and Seed (AGS), a multidisciplinary collaboration geared to facilitate an inclusive socio-economic growth strategy piloted by resilient business partners has initiated key linkages to enhance farmers crypto earning opportunities.

AGS focuses on integrating resources, programmes and research to transform rural communal land into economically vibrant commercial hubs to meet local and international demands.

The organization currently has on-going projects in Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa.It has a vision to change rural marginalized communities into self-sufficient economic vibrant communities.Its mandate is to ensure that its members across Africa have access to education, income and food security.

Also its pilot projects showcase how viable and scalable its platform is by organizing and developing localized smart Agri-Rural export development with the intent  of trading in-country across the African continent and on the global markets and value chains through surplus production.

It is in this same breath that, KamPay Token, a DeFi stack designed for the wants and needs of Africans, working together with key partnerships across the continent hope to achieve an African economic revolution with low-fee crypto wallet and transactions, internet-less crypto capabilities, earning opportunities for participants and supporting educational programmes for youths has partnered  with Africa Grain and Seed and will support at least  50 000 farmers.

It is reported that the similarity of their core values which include equality, economic empowerment of communities has propelled the partnership.

‘Africa Grain and Seed was formed from a sincere desire to re-invigorate agriculture in African nations so that they can feed themselves and the world,’ Mr Anthony Denga, President and  Founder  Africa Grain and Seed said.

It is added that one of their main goals of the initiative is to shift the food supply economies to become net exporters.

It is said that  through a measured balance of strategic input supply programmes and the implementation of managed farming schemes,  rural marginalized communities are being converted into self sufficient economic hubs.

‘By moving from one community to the next, they are making Africa a better place,’Mr Denga said.

Cudos, another AGS partner  taps into  more underutilized devices, computing power in Africa, wherein users are financially rewarded by recycling the spare compute of their mobile devices.

It is also reported that following the partnership with Tingo International Holdings, with the vision of ending the poverty premium in Nigeria, the Cudos blockchain and computing network now joins forces with KamPay to increase its community reach to another twenty countries in Africa including Zimbabwe.

‘This opens the monetisation application to millions more users and brings passive crypto earning opportunities to anyone with an underutilised device,’Mr Denga said.

It is added that KamPay has a DeFi stack designed for the African continent.

It is said that through its unique SMS crypto wallet, coding academy, agriculture micro lending programme, and gaming and lottery partnerships, they have expanded their work throughout the continent, demonstrated by KamPay’s EcoSystem adoption across Central Africa Republic (CAR), Sierra Leone, Zambia, Gambia, Niger, Chad and Tanzania and now moving into Zimbabwe.

It is said that Cudos will provide its monetisation application to KamPay’s vast spanning network and provide passive earning potential to millions.

It is reported that the  KamPay  token will provide a new economic solution for Africans, where users can utilise devices they already own to earn passive income.

“Our project is about giving people in Africa more opportunities and options. African cultures embrace innovation, and African people present a demand for alternatives to traditional banking, as 95 million African residents are unbanked. We’ve seen this with mobile money, and now with crypto currencies, as, according to China Analysis, the continent has the world’s fastest crypto adoption rates.The African market embraces these alternative options openly. To African residents it means accessible financial freedom. And now, thanks to this partnership with Cudos, we will enable people to use their devices as a way to earn passive income. It’s truly remarkable,” commented Chris Cleverly, CEO of KamPay.

It is added that the shared values of sustainable tech development, democratisation, equality, and economic empowerment of communities, have inspired the partnership.

It is said that simultaneously, it is about designing a brighter future by reducing the ecological impact of computing through the Cudos monetisation application.

“Social impact is very important to us, and while some of our partnerships reinforce our energy efficiency and scalability, this one is another step towards making a difference on a personal level for many people. Our goal is to create a circular economy of financial inclusion, security and democratised cloud resources, and with partners like KamPay, we will be better equipped to end the Poverty Premium,”  Pete Hill, Vice President  of Partnerships at Cudos said.

Cudos is powering the metaverse bringing together DeFi, NFTs, and gaming experiences to realise the vision of a decentralised Web3.0, enabling all users to benefit from the growth of the network.

They are an interoperable, open platform launchpad that will provide the infrastructure required to meet the 1000x higher computing needs to create fully immersive, gamified digital realities.

Cudos is a Layer 1 blockchain and Layer 2 community-governed compute network designed to ensure decentralised, permissionless access to high-performance computing at scale.

Its  native utility token Cudos is the lifeblood of its  network and offers an attractive annual yield and liquidity for stakers and holders.

Its main  goals is to shift the food supply economies to become net exporters.

It is said that  through a measured balance of strategic input supply programmes and the implementation of managed farming schemes, they are changing rural marginalized communities into self sufficient economic hubs.

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