DARLING KENYA LAUNCH DRIVE TO CUSHION THE KENYA HAIR AND BEAUTY INDUSTRY

 Darling, Africa’s leading hair extensions manufacturer, has launched the “#SalonTukoSet” program aimed at supporting Kenya’s 25 billion-shillings hair industry meet the newly published guidelines for business operations.  Last month the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development issued a myriad of guidelines for business operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The hair and beauty industry in Kenya has been negatively impacted by the pandemic. Kenya has over 50,000 salons whose operations have faced a slowdown or closure due to fears of transmission of the virus.  Salon professionals work in close proximity…

Vivo V19 Officially Goes on Sale in Kenya

After Launching the vivo V19 in the country on 24th June 2020, vivo Kenya has finally started selling the device today after placing it on pre –order for three weeks. The device, that comes with a Dual Punch Hole Camera is retailing across the country at a price of Kshs 40,999, in Gleam Black and Sleek Silver options. The V19 also comes with an Ultra O Screen design with and in-display fingerprint sensor under the AMOLED screen of the phone. The V19’s dual front camera comprises of a 32MP main camera and an…

Paxful hit $4.6 Billion In Volume, 4.5 Million Registered Wallets in it 5th Year

Paxful, a leading peer-to-peer bitcoin (BTC) marketplace that aims to provide financial inclusion around the globe, announced today that the platform has hit $4.6 billion in trade volume and reached 4.5 million wallet registrations. Additionally, as they embark on their 5th year in service, they have released historical data that outlines the progression of peer-to-peer marketplaces over time. Once reputed to be a breeding ground for fraudulent activity, peer-to-peer marketplaces are now one of the most dependable platforms for buying and selling bitcoin. Paxful has achieved a less than 1%…