It is no doubt that blockchain as an innovative technology continues to find its way into every facet of life on the African continent, therefore its capacity to impact our everyday life can’t be underestimated considering how individuals, organizations and governments are beginning to jump on this moving train.
Following a successful outing of the virtual maiden edition of the Converge, a quarterly Pan-African Blockchain & Crypto Meetup organized by Blockbuild.africa, the media platform is set to hold the second edition (The Converge II) of the program this Wednesday, November 24, 2021. Register here to attend.
The Converge Meetup is an important conversation in the blockchain industry for the development of a healthy ecosystem and that’s why Blockbuild.africa believes that this emerging technology will be instrumental to the continent’s development.
The event is a quarterly Blockchain and Crypto ecosystem that aims to expose the ongoing innovations in the ecosystem and it is supported by key ecosystem partners such as Remita, Convexity, BNUG, Domineum.
From the Pre-launch of e-Naira to date, discussions around the Nigerian central bank digital currency have taken different twists.
Thus the Converge II a quarterly blockchain and crypto meetup by blockbuild.africa will be delving into the “Economic implications of the e-Naira and cryptocurrencies on the Nigerian economy”.
How can the resources from crypto transactions be channeled into the economy?
How we can foster collaborations between the blockchain ecosystem and the Nigerian government to explore blockchain solutions and policies that benefit both parties?
Does the launch of the eNaira change the outlook of Nigeria’s economy?
This and many more will be discussed at the November 24 virtual event by the following seasoned speakers:
– Lavina Ramkisson
– Chuta Chimezie
– Oluwasegun Kosemani
– Muthoni N
– Henry Onyebuchi
– Charles Okaformbah
– Sam Ayorinde
– Karla Obakpolor
– Blessing Emah
Register for the Converge II event here.
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