Nestcoin CEO and co-founder Yele Bademosi discusses the state of crypto adoption in Nigeria and the citizens' awareness of digital assets after the country's government recently approved a national blockchain policy as part of the country's effort to transition to a digital economy.
Nigeria's government recently approved a national blockchain policy as part of the country's effort to transition to a digital economy Nestcoin CEO and co founder Yele Bademosi discusses the state of crypto in Nigeria and the outlook for the e Naira central bank digital currency CBDC Plus insights into how Nestcoin has managed to reemerge [...]
Nestcoin CEO Yele Bademosi joins “First Mover” to discuss Nigeria’s interest in cryptocurrency and the current state of user adoption amid the crypto winter. Plus, a closer look at gaming guild Metaverse Magna, which calls itself the largest gaming community in Africa, after it has raised $3.2 million at a $30 million valuation.
Crypto gaming guild Metaverse Magna wants to build Africa’s largest gaming DAO. Nestcoin CEO Yele Bademosi says they’ve reached a total community size of around 100,000, but notes the bulk of those users come from Nigeria and Ghana.
Nigeria’s central bank digital currency (CBDC), the eNaira, is in its second week of operations since it went live Oct. 25. Yele Bademosi, CEO and founding partner of Nigeria-based Nestcoin, discusses the latest on the rollout, use cases of the eNaira, and the wider state of crypto affairs in the country.
Bundle Africa CEO Yele Bademosi joins First Mover from Lagos, Nigeria to discuss the cryptocurrency ban now on hold, crypto adoption in the country, the source of that demand, and the push for greater visibility in the crypto space.