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Samuel Attah
Passionate about the fintech space in Africa, blockchain enthusiast, cryptourrency advocate, freelance writer, open to learning new innovations
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#CoinFestNG 2019 9h
Institutional money are coming to bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, they will join us for sure, massive adoption also coming. Join us on the 4th and 5th April 2019 for in the city of come learn how blockchain & crypto is taking root in Nigeria and Africa
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NairaEx Feb 14
AUTOMOBILES: General Motors (GMC) to Adopt Blockchain Technology for Fraud Prevention
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Rocco🌲 Feb 13
-Bitcoin changed my thoughts on money and incentives -Ethereum changed my thoughts on applications -Monero changed my thoughts on privacy -Decred changed my thoughts on collective action -Maker changed my thoughts on financial access
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Africa Tech Summits Feb 14
"Startups need to focus on being sustainable and reporting what's happening. Investors want to see that you are making progress" - of
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Bazz™️ 🇳🇬🇪🇸 Feb 14
Have some quiet time, switch off your phone, take a piece of paper and pen...take some time to be quiet, focus and meditate. Look at your life and everything about you deeply, honestly & objectively. Don’t lie to yourself. And write your plans, how to achieve them and EXECUTE!
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#CoinFestNG 2019 Feb 14
Network with some of the brightest talent in the Nigeria blockchain community.. Register for 2019 now:
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Ray Youssef Feb 13
Two years ago to this day the price of was $1001 It is now $3600... are we really in a bear 🐻 market? Seriously, how many assets do 350% in 2 years ? Stop ✋ calling it a bear market! We are gliding BUIDLing bulls!
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BlockchainBTM Feb 11
“Still thinking about . No conclusion – not endorsing/rejecting. Know that folks also were skeptical when paper money displaced gold.” —Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs
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NairaEx Feb 13
Crypto Mom: SEC Commissioner Says Give Crypto Room to Breathe
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#CoinFestNG 2019 Feb 13
Getting ready for Nigeria 2019 We are looking forward to an insightful discussion from our speakers and interesting session from our panelists as well. Tweet to us using the hastag
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Samuel Attah Feb 11
Great initiative!
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#CoinFestNG 2019 Feb 11
Remember 2019 is free to attend, tickets can be gotten from our event page but they are optional (however they help us get an idea of numbers attending for fire safety reasons).
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Ray Youssef Feb 11
Uber drivers in are so polite they always text you the moment you book to update you and make conversation. Really like this country! Ghana is ‘s third biggest market worldwide! Thank you!
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BTC Africa Feb 11
6 Reasons to Buy and Sell Bitcoins on NairaEX – the #1 Bitcoin Nigeria Exchange
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NairaEx Feb 11
6 Reasons to Buy and Sell Bitcoins on NairaEX – the #1 Bitcoin Nigeria Exchange
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#CoinFestNG 2019 Feb 10
Who Should Attend BitCoiners, crypto-enthusiasts, Innovators, disruptors, investors, developers, blockchain/crypto-projects, tech start-ups, financial institutions, economists.
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Tayo Oviosu Feb 9
Missed my flight thanks to being greedy and having a pizza at the lounge...i mean I just had a lovely breakfast about 2hrs prior and wasn't hungry...now I have to wait another 2hrs for the next flight and pay a change fee! 😬
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#CoinFestNG 2019 Feb 9
Did you know why May 22 is celebrated as Bitcoin Pizza Day? - On 22 May 2010, two Papa John’s Pizzas were exchanged by Laszlo Hanyecz for 10,000 BTC. This was the first official documented purchase of goods using cryptocurrency.
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Iyke Aru Feb 8
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