Yield Farming

What is yield farming? It is a method of maximizing the rate of return on capital by leveraging different protocols. You can deposit UBN in a pool with other UBN holders to pursue investment gains and earn interest by lending the pooled UBN. The aim… Read More »Yield Farming

Ubricoin Beyond Bounds

Derivatives Derivatives are assets that derive their price from something else. This is usually the price of another underlying financial asset such as a stock, a bond, a commodity, a currency, or a cryptocurrency. When it comes to more modern times and DeFi, derivatives have… Read More »Ubricoin Beyond Bounds

UBN in Uniswap

Ubricoin has several liquidity pools on Uniswap and we are going to look at how to create a liquidity pool with UBN. To get started, you need to have: A crypto wallet such as Metamask, Trust wallet etc. Ubricoins in your wallet. Another crypto currency… Read More »UBN in Uniswap

Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

What is DeFi? By definition, decentralization is the process of distributing functions and power from a central authority to several smaller groups. DeFi is a new financial system that uses blockchain, smartcontracts and cryptography to shift financial control from one central authority i.e financial institutions… Read More »Decentralized Finance (DeFi)


During the question and answer session organized by the Africa Blockchain Developers call questions arose about the likelihood of adoption in the continent of Africa from the technical standpoint and from the government. Dr. Macharia Waruingi of Ubrica explained that although the government of Kenya… Read More »INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA FOR PROMOTING BLOCKCHAIN ADOPTION

Origin of Ubrica

The idea of UBRICA came into occurrence way back in the 1980’s provoked by the implementation of Structural Adjustment Program (SAP) by the World Bank, that instituted austerity economic measures in all third world governments. All African member country governments of the World Bank were… Read More »Origin of Ubrica

soko janja

We know that a person becomes poor when he or she is unable to exchange his goods or services for currency. When a person cannot find market for his or her products, services or farm produce, he or she ends up being poor. The only… Read More »soko janja