There are 202,715 Tunisians who hold cryptocurrencies. They represent 1.69% of the Tunisian population, according to the payment platform Triple A, which ranked countries according to cryptocurrency ownership. The country is ranked 79th internationally and 26th in Africa.
Nigeria stands out from other African countries by ranking 4th globally thanks to over 22.33 million digital currency owners. With 10.34% of its population holding cryptocurrencies, Africa’s most populous country tops the list in the African nomenclature.
South Africa is second on the continent with 7.71 million digital currency owners, or 12.45% of its population. Kenya is third in Africa with 6.10 million, representing 11.6% of its population.
Fourth on the continent, Egypt is home to 2.37 million cryptocurrency owners, representing 2.26% of the Egyptian population. With 2.32 million registered digital currency owners, Tanzania is fifth. In other words, 3.82% of the Tanzanian population owns cryptocurrencies.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa) is sixth on the continent with holders amounting to 2.03 million, representing 2.15% of its population. Ethiopia follows with 1.82 million owners, representing 1.52% of its population.
Ghana follows with 1.39 million (4.3% of the population) and Morocco with 1.15 million (3.16% of the population). Uganda has 989 thousand cryptocurrency owners, placing it in tenth place in Africa and materializing more than 2% of its population.