During her second Bitcoin education tour in Zambia, the founder of Bitcoin for Fairness (BFF), Anita Posch, got to meet Mr Mulos. Mr. Mulos has been sharing his insights on his YouTube channel on how one can buy Bitcoin in Zambia, exchange Kwacha to Bitcoin or Bitcoin to Kwacha with different payment methods, etc. Having a banking and finance background, Mr. Mulos has been helping people with their e-payments for a couple of years now and is a real expert on how to save fees and send money in and out of African countries. Recently, he opened his own shop in Lusaka, the first Bitcoin Kiosk in Zambia, where people can come by to get help with cryptocurrency and payments.
Bitcoin for Fairness is a non-profit initiative raising knowledge and understanding of bitcoin for people in emerging countries and for disadvantaged people. The non profit was founded by be Anita Posch. She is a Bitcoin advocate, educator, podcaster, and the author of (L)earn Bitcoin – Become Financially Sovryn.
Below is the interview.