10 Days To The BlockTech Women Conference To Be Held In Lagos Nigeria.

By Ogbuowelu Uchechukwu

The Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Industry in Nigeria is gaining more adoption and growth. Many cryptocurrency activities geared towards empowering more user base is at its pick in the region. Different organizations and groups, organise programs to help in a positive adoption of cryptocurrency. Blockchain African Ladies is a prominent non-profit organisation that helps in supporting…

Google : Nigerian Naira Gains Over 60% Against Dollar

By Diutocoinnews

The cryptocurrency market went wondering as the price of NAIRA went down to 184 NAIRA per 1 USD from a previous price of 357 Naira per USD. This information was gathered from Google yesterday’s night prior to the presidential election of Nigeria. The buzz have been that it’s a political action in support of the…

Naira Appreciates to ₦358 In The Parallel Market

By Diutocoinnews

The Dollar To Naira Exchange Market For Investors And Exports Appreciates. Data from FMDQ showed that the naira to dollar exchange rate for the Investors And Exports window dropped to N361.72 per dollar yesterday from N362.58 per dollar on Friday resulting to 86 kobo appreciation of the naira. The appreciation been the result of 21…

NITDA To Releases New Regulations And Guildlines For The IT Sector Including Blockchain And Cloud Computing In Nigeria

By Diutocoinnews

The National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA released five new regulatory instruments to ensure a well regulated and organized best practice for efficient development of Information Technology sector in Nigeria. The new guidelines includes: The Rule Making Process Regulation of NITDA; The Nigerian Data Protection Regulation; Guideline for It Clearance; Guidelines for Public Internet Access…

The State Of Cryptocurrency Regulations In African Countries And The World.

By Diutocoinnews

  REGULATED IN SOUTH AFRICA. South Africa, the second largest economy in Africa previously in 2015 released straight no statement on Cryptocurrency activities in the country. But as of Jan 2019, the Intergovernmental Fintech Working Group comprised of members from the Treasury and the South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) released the country’s consultation papers on the regulatory…