Bitcoin Miner Rhodium Going Public; Report Reveals Crypto Is Quietly Thriving in Sub-Saharan Africa

Bitcoin miner rhodium going public; report reveals crypto is quietly thriving in sub-saharan africa

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Rhodium Enterprises has agreed to merge with publicly traded tech firm SilverSun Technologies (SSNT). Plus, small retail payments in Sub-Saharan Africa are powering exceptional crypto adoption and usage, according to a new Chainalysis report.

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