The coming gamification of China – Africa 4.0.

Win-win cooperation and jointly building a China-Africa community with a shared future

In the 1950s and 1960s, the first-generation leaders of China, including Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, and then African leaders jointly opened a new era of China-Africa relation. Since then, the Chinese and African people have always supported each other and cooperated sincerely on the struggle against colonialism and imperialism, the fight for national independence and liberation, and the pursuit of development and revitalisation. Since the beginning of the new century, China-Africa relations have entered a new stage of comprehensive and rapid development. The cooperation between China and Africa has been enhanced rapidly, and it has become a new highlight of China's foreign cooperation. Today, the greatest aspiration for China and Africa is win-win cooperation for common development, and to jointly realise the Chinese dream and the African dream.

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What ideas do you have in the Chinese OBOR to take advantage towards AFRICA?

OBOR Implications for Connectivity and Regional Trade for 2030 

Lack of seamless connectivity and poor infrastructure remain the major challenges for trade and logistics in many countries in the Eurasian region.China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative is expected to improve connectivity by inter-linking the transport infrastructure across East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Middle East, East Africa and European countries.

It will help China to overcome some of the problems associated with its domestic economy such as a decline in export competitiveness due to increasing labor cost and excess capacity. Further, it will lead to improved connectivity to support the international expansion of domestic companies of the major trading partners along OBOR.


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Donald Trump okays $60 billion answer to China’s OBOR?

we don’t think so.

President Donald Trump, seeking to counter China’s growing geopolitical influence, is embracing a major expansion of foreign aid that will bankroll infrastructure projects in Africa, Asia and the Americas — throwing his support behind an initiative he once sought to scuttle.

With little fanfare, Trump signed a bill a little over a week ago that created a new foreign aid agency — the U.S. International Development Finance Corp. — and gave it authority to provide $60 billion in loans,

China to invest USD 60 billion in Africa


On industrial promotion, Xi said China would open a China-Africa economic and trade expo in China”, encourage Chinese companies to invest in the continent and would open economic and trade cooperation zones. There would also be RMB 1 billion in humanitarian food assistance, as well as the provision of agricultural expertise.

Xi announced an infrastructure cooperation plan with the African Union (AU) and support for Chinese companies which contribute to infrastructure development, as well as assistance with the Single African Air Transport Market and an increase in direct flights from African countries to China.

The president also committed to increasing imports, mainly of non-resource products, from Africa and support for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), as well as the launch of a green development initiative, which would incorporate 50 development, ecological and environmental protection projects.

Trading 4.0. If you get, you are in business.

Africa: Experts Explore How Industry 4.0 Can Drive Africa's Growth

"Industry 4.0 levels the playing field and eliminates barriers to entry," said Carel Coetzee, Chief Executive Officer of NEC XON.

"That's exactly what Africa is looking for as we increasingly collaboratively, through various trade and other regional agreements, overcome inhibitors to growth, prosperity and greater equality," Coetzee said.

Vendors supporting the summit include Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Symantec, ADVA Optical, Trend Micro, Raytheon. Schneider Electric, Veritas, Apache Optics, Red Hat and Force Point.

NEC XON is the combination of XON, a systems integrator providing custom ICT and security services and solutions in Southern Africa since 1996, and NEC Africa, the African business of the global technology giant NEC Corporation.

NEC XON maintains its head offices in Gauteng, South Africa with a footprint that covers all nine provinces in South Africa and 16 countries in sub-Sahara Africa.

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We enter in our biographical heads as facts, and as a phenomenon we enter at that first time.

Everything new ends up becoming a wonderful custom if one wants to reproduce the representation of each first impression.

Skin and smell sustain morals.

The rules fall like words on the fly from the structure of each world.

The evidence is the synthesis of the syntheses.

Making systems of intentionality conscious is pure punctuality in a sort of coincidence.

Love and friendship can be just points of view. 

In any case, being User, Worker, Entrepreneur, Businessman or Player, our conscious can be (and must be) represented in coordinates 3D

Axis X. (Our) Ontology.

x1 Essence: x2 Subjects x3 FACTS.  x4 Phenomena x5 New Class 

Axis Z. (Our) Potentiality.

z1 Ideas. z2 Categories. z3 Entities z4 Here and now. z5 History

Axis Y. (Our) Reality.

y1 Nature . y2 Principles. y3 Rules. y4 Structure.  y5 The Power,  The truth. The Tech. 

The Gamification Of The Blockchain

Collecting as a hobby has been around for centuries. It's simple, when you think about it -- finding something you like and building a collection of those. This can be anything from rocks to baseball cards to dolls, even cars. Regardless of what is being collected, one common element is the assignment of value to each piece in the collection. The rarer it is, the more valuable it is. For example, in the collectible card industry, low-value cards (often called “commons”) are printed at higher quantities, while cards with greater perceived value have smaller print runs, making them harder to get.

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Where Gamification Got Its Start

Not surprisingly, technology companies recognized this concept early on. Michael R. Solomon, Ph.D., professor of marketing at Saint Joseph’s University, noted a few years ago that the regional offices of software companies were participating in competitions in order to motivate employees and help them complete repetitive, detail-oriented tasks such as catching errors in lines of code. More recently, companies across various industries have learned that gamification can be a powerful tool to engage employees, according to Dr. Solomon. 

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