Digital: The New Code of Wealth

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A'Lime Media Limited, Aug 3, 2019 - 358 pages
In the year 2018, African startups surpassed $700 million in annual investments, from 450+ deals. All across the continent, people are deploying the power of digital platforms to make change happen. The last decade has seen a rise in new businesses, including online betting, new media powerhouses and the continued rise of Africa's cultural superstars. Omojuwa captures all of these and more as he makes a data-backed argument that digital holds economic prospects for those on the continent willing to explore the power of technology. This power can also be wielded in socio-political contexts. It is being used to take a solid stand for gender justice and has helped to expose corruption at scale. Though the digital space comes with challenges - such as access and security - its benefits promise to make good. Digital: The New Code of Wealth argues that the digital space offers the continent an opportunity to create collectives that can thrive together over the plethora of challenges being faced.

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I read this book in January 2020 when I was being trained for a job I had just taken. It gave me a lot of edge in digital technology conversations. Fast forward to about a year later I joined another organization and I found myself going back to the book for a more thorough reading. I am presently co-authoring an article and I have cited a couple of references from the Digital Wealth Book. Worth reading! 

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