Zimbabwean cryptocurrency exchange Golix to hold a 24-hour online Q&A session

Zimbabwean Cryptocurrency exchange Golix has announced that it will be holding a 24 hour Q&A session on Reddit, one of the leading platforms for conversation and discussion in the cryptocurrencies space.

Golix says it will use the “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) marathon to keep its customers updated on its ongoing projects. The session is set to start on Tuesday the 3rd of July 2018 at 05:30 AM (GMT) and will cover a wide range of topics, focusing mostly on the Golix Token Sale and the recent launch of its services in 7 African countries.

Speaking ahead of the AMA Golix’s Social Media Executive Trycolyn Pikirirayi says after recently launching in several African countries, the team felt there was a need to create awareness of the cryptocurrency exchange company’s work and its services.

“As you are aware we have an ongoing Token Sale and we recently extended our services to 7 countries – South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Cameroon, Rwanda, and Uganda. As we approach these new markets we feel that there is a need to give people an open platform to ask any question in relation to our services, the ongoing token sale, and as well on the future plans Golix has for Africa,

Golix CEO, Tawanda Kembo says this will be the best opportunity for people to bring forward all the questions they have about Golix. Those interested in taking part in the conversation can join the Golix subreddit but Kembo adds that they intend to hold other sessions on other platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Bitcointalk.

“We decided to start from Reddit because its the traditional home for AMAs, but we will extend the services to our respective social media platforms soon. Our main aim is to introduce financial autonomy in Africa. One important step for that is to create awareness on how we plan to do it and the solutions we are offering, through these discussions,” she said.

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