Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) is interested in blockchain tech adoption if regulatory certainty issues have been resolved.
ZSE is considering blockchain-based services and products in real estate investment trust securities, mineral commodities exchange, and exchange-traded funds.
Zimbabwe is known economically for the collapse of its national fiat currency in 2015. Since then, Zimbabwe has been the focus for numerous blockchain-based currency proposals and activity, from a paper arguing that Zimbabwe is an ideal environment for bitcoin firms to a blockchain summer school being opened in the country. However, in 2017, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe announced that bitcoin is illegal.