Future Rhinos in the NFT space

Future Rhinos NFT will be a collection of 9 999 unique NFTs with their main goal to raise sustainable funding for circular rhino conservation impact.

Can Future Rhinos NFTs make a real world difference?

Community building is very important to the Future Rhinos team and we aim to collaborate with other NFT projects to maximize our reach and form strategic collaborations and partnerships. 

We are also teaming up with real-world entities, like @ProjectRhinoKZN, that share the same values. Our goal is not to be a once-off project, but to build a strong team and foundation to fuel future projects in the Web3 space that will create real-world impact.

The Future Rhinos team believes that the Web 3.0 world can, and will have direct world impact.

Who is on the Future Rhinos NFT team?

They have assembled a strong local South African team by the looks of it:

Leandra Meintjes – Lead Graphic designer & illustrator
Alex Meintjes aka @tsugetsu – Web2 developer, illustrator and Web3 Community Moderator
Nicolene Anley – Impact strategist & spokesperson
Andrew Gait-Golding – Investor

Ben van Rensburg – Project manager
Tobie De Haas – Social media & paid ads manager
Marius De Bruin – Web3 developer

For more info about Future Rhino NFTs:

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Are Crypto regulations coming to SA in 2022?

Should crypto be regulated?

Whether to regulate the crypto industry or not is an ongoing debate, but most informed stakeholders believe we need a regulated environment to further grow the industry and provide protection and recourse to consumers.

From a growth perspective, a regulated crypto industry could increase overall adoption and give birth to a new sub-sector of publicly traded funds holding crypto as their underlying assets – as we have seen internationally with the hype around exchange traded funds.

That said, it is paramount that these regulations do not stifle innovation.

Who will be left standing?

Since the introduction of Bitcoin in 2009, the biggest reason for cryptocurrency exchange failure internationally has been as a result of security hacks. Not far behind however, has been their inability to adhere to the applicable laws and regulations.

When regulations kick in locally, and the industry is increasingly actively monitored from a compliance perspective by the FSCA and other watchdogs, some of these VASPs will likely drop out of the race due to compliance struggles – as we have seen internationally. This illustrates the importance for stakeholders to understand their preferred VASPs stance on regulations and in doing so mitigate their risk of being affected.

To remain in the game it is imperative that VASPs proactively manage ongoing regulatory risk as opposed trying to play catch up and eventually falling behind once regulations are imposed. What remains to be seen is whether it will only be the larger VASPs left standing or if there is scope for smaller players in a regulated crypto industry.

For more info visit: https://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-crypto/will-we-finally-see-crypto-regulation-in-sa-in-2022/

The Mongrel Mafia

The Mongrel Mafia 🐶 is an NFT collection created by a local digital agency called Modern Web Presence. They are Durbanville based and have been in the digital space since 2011.

MWP have always been on the forefront of digital trends and in 2022 one of their main focus areas will be entering the crypto and NFT space.

This Mongrel project is MWP’s first NFT project and they plan to donate all funds minus their business expenses to a local animal welfare society of their choice.

As one of the 1st South African agencies to enter this space, we at Top Crypto Platform look forward to seeing their decentralized future become a reality!

Be sure to adopt a Mongrel today!

Major companies are jumping into crypto head first!

Tesla’s recent $1.5 billion purchase of bitcoin sparked speculation over whether other major companies would follow suit.

Bitcoin hit a record high of more than $50,000 on Tuesday, continuing its blistering rally as major companies appear to be warming to cryptocurrencies.

The world’s largest digital currency by market valuable rose more than 3 percent to an all-time high of $50,389 just after 7:30 a.m. ET, according to data from Coin Metrics.

Read more here: https://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/bitcoin-surpasses-50-000-first-time-ever-major-companies-jump-n1257974

Where to buy Cryptocurrencies in South Africa?

“Where to buy Cryptocurrencies in South Africa” is a question more and more South Africans find themselves searching on Google these days. There are quite a few reliable exchanges to choose from.

Here are our top picks of the best exchanges to buy cryptocurrencies in South Africa:


First up, we have VALR!

When you buy and sell cryptocurrencies on Valr, you get rewarded for it! By referring a friend, you save 15% on trading fees and earn additional lifetime rewards when you refer additional friends after signup.

Valr also allows you to purchase one of 50 different cryptocurrencies. That is too cool!

Where to buy Cryptocurrencies in South Africa

Then secondly, another favourite of ours, LUNO!


Luno provides easy access to buy cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.

Today, Luno is trusted by more than 6 million customers around the world and they have received praise for their easy-to-use app, secure wallet, and range of features.

Bitcoin price on Luno's cryptocurrency exchange

Thirdly, we have Binance!


The Binance Exchange is easily the largest crypto exchange, by trade volume, and one of the fastest in the world.

Binance is considered a safe exchange by many. Your account is protected by Two Factor Authentication (2fa), email passwords, and mobile OTPs.

Binance crypto exchange

Currently, Binance has 150 cryptocurrency coins listed on its exchange. The time to get into crypto is now!

2021 – The year South Africa tightens controls on Crypto

Many South Africans have found themselves victims of various scams and Ponzi schemes in the crypto world. The good news is that with tighter measures you can trade with less fear and risk.

“Authorities in South Africa appears to be paying closer attention to the cryptocurrency space in 2021 in the wake of a major Bitcoin (BTC) Ponzi scheme and increased trading activity. As a result, the South African Financial Sector Conduct Authority has called for tighter controls of the crypto space following the collapse of what has been described as the biggest Ponzi scheme the country has ever seen.”

Read more here