Through gaming, education, and community building, Afriguild, a blockchain gaming guild turned DAO (decentralized autonomous organization), offers chances for Africans to leverage on Web3.
Francis Vesta – Co-founder and Head of Finance, Toyosi Abolarin – Co-founder and CEO, Tomiwa Olajide – Co-founder and Head of Strategy and Growth
Afiguild recently got seed funding from Cardano accelerator “Adaverse” this funding will help Afiguild keep pushing its reach in order to full its mission faster.
Afriguild was founded as a social gaming company to make sure that Africans could access and profit from popular Web3 games.
Afriguild created a highly functional platform within its first few months that enables Africans to take part in blockchain P2E games and other income-generating opportunities in the developing Metaverse.
Afriguild’s basic belief is that opportunities in Web3 are best utilized in Africa. Africa has all the necessary indicators to reach continent-wide adoption in a few years, with a population of more than a billion individuals under the age of 35.
Over time, the relevance and effect of Web3 will be directly impacted by the number of people who join the Web3 ecosystem.
For this reason, Afriguild is currently laying the foundation for the next 100 million Africans.
According to Toyosi Abolarin, a co-founder of Afriguild, “At Afriguild, our strength lies within our community, and this has been the driving force behind all we do. Cardano is one of the blockchain industry’s most active communities, and it will be essential to achieve our objective of putting Africa on the map. “
“Afriguild can create an ecosystem of useful and dependable products thanks to Cardano’s technology, which uses an avant-garde protocol and a strong infrastructure.”