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A circular from the Central Bank of Nigeria speaks of the committee that will produce the policies for blockchain regulation in Nigeria, and operational framework for instituting a domestic cryptocurrency in Nigeria.
As Ponzi schemes make inroads into the Nigerian investment ecosystem, the next generation of leaders are indirectly learning to rely on luck and chance.
Cryptocurrency users in Nigeria are reacting to the public notice by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Nigeria (SEC) and opposing the approach, tone and content of its warning to the public on cryptocurrency investment.
A new Blockchain startup, Cryptogene has been launched in Nigeria with the primary aim of educating its citizens on the fundamentals and benefits of the Blockchain and cryptocurrency in general.
Cryptography Development Initiative in Nigeria (CDIN) has created a platform, “Nigeria Blockchain Alliance” (NBA) to fight against Cryptocurrency related crimes.
Nigeria’s apex bank chief sounds the alarm for government to begin taking Blockchain more seriously.
A Nigerian group of experts from various fields of science and technology gets together to give a new impulse to crypto industry in this country.
Developing markets turning on to Bitcoin are experiencing huge variations in the price of buying a bitcoin - and rumors of ulterior motives are beginning to surface.
Nigeria’s Apex Bank Chief says: “No magic can save The Naira”; citizens run to Bitcoin for economic security.
Bitcoin price as well as the trading volumes are increasing in Nigeria.
The wave of Bitcoin awareness is sweeping across the largest black nation on earth.
Despite having the market capacity to be a big ground for Bitcoin, coupled with other factors such as a worsening economic situation, Nigeria still lags behind with the top digital currency.
As it is just a matter of time for the Bitcoin bubble to burst in India so it is a little sooner for the multiplier effect of the burst to spill over to Africa.
Will Bitland's first official ICO initiate a process which would resolve the prevailing global rural real estate conflicts?
More effective transaction processes and lower charges encourages Nigerians to seek cross-border employments amidst harsh local economic conditions.
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