So, Nigeria is on the verge of becoming an island, separating itself from the rest of the world. This is the forecast to be realized if the course of the current journey is not changed to follow the trends and tides of the prevailing technology. Recently, there was a lot of uprising and criticism of the unexpected ban of support for Cryptocurrency trading imposed on the banks and Fintechs by the Central Bank of Nigeria. All these critics and international condemnation only led to one thing, a rushed response by the CBN with several pages of debunked claims to support…


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This place is more like a graveyard blockchain with empty blocks generated and reduced block generation times. It’s been a really long time since I’ve written or shared anything.

I will be speaking tomorrow https://bgeg.floor.bz/, in just a couple of hours focusing on blockchain application in governance. A topic I have spoken on so many times already in my mind since I learnt about blockchain technology some years back and of course on the podium about 3 times already. Looking into the space, this is the least developed solution or blockchain use case in the space for so many reasons…


Although, it may seem out of the context, but today has little or no importance in the mobility industry, especially to most people. “Most people” in this context being, amongst others, entrepreneurs, scientists, futurists and doers. To them, what matters the most is tomorrow and of course, the future. That is the age we live in — the age of futuristic inventions, a welcome panacea to the insatiable wants of men.

As a result, several industries have been affected most positively, in order to serve the people more than they ever did in the past years. These changes are even…


Albert Einstein said, “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” This shows that he believed the weapons used in World War III would be so devastating that civilization as we know it would be gone. If the situation continues as it presently is, the 3rd war may not be far away for Africa.

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Let’s all take a good look around and see how much we’ve profited from the government in our various lives, the businesses and the non-business-related ventures where the siphoned funds pass…


Ardor blockchain marketplace product review.

Today, we are moving towards a decentralized perspective to disrupt the existing systems in order to give more control and attention to the end-users, customers and the people in general. To provide total control on their funds, decentralized currencies, otherwise known as Cryptocurrencies was invented and the people become truly in charge of their livelihood. To make every vote count during elections and avoid rigging, decentralized voting on the blockchain was also invented which is used by some today. To increase privacy of information on the internet and avoid unprecedented cyberattacks, theft of personal data, a decentralized internet browser app…


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The story on the year 2020 a decade from now will be told in unison.

A wise man once said and advised to make use of five things everyone possesses before they are taken. Your health before you become ill, your wealth before your become poor, your time before you become busy, your youth before you become old and your life before your die. These are mostly certainties for everyone even though some may not experience it all. We currently live in times when the averagely rich are finding it difficult to continuously feed their family, where the once healthy…


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Our Future lies not in what we keep tomorrow or the next, but what we kept yesterday and today. Our tomorrow in the hands of AI and ML may just be contaminated if we fail to ensure accurate storage for our data using immutable and tamper-proof means now.

Known be told and emphasized, we live in a world where human need to do little thinking or related activities to get results. We need to do little tasks with as little as possible efforts to get work done. Such wasn’t the case some years back and now things are changing fast…


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“Our products and services are better than the competitors”

That’s what they always say. The new guys whenever they come into the market. They always claim to have a faster, cheaper, better quality and so on just to lure customers and make a great first set of sales. But then, it becomes clear, they are either no different or even worse. Experience gathered over the years can’t be compared or easily acquired by a new startup. Yes, they may have learned to make some things differently in most cases, or in few instances, they have learnt to correct most…


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There have been countless times my card was declined when trying to get some online transactions done. Times when I try to buy or pay for some goods, services among others and if this could happen to me, it would have happened to millions more. Unknowingly, these companies have put in place a system that limits their patronages and daily returns. But then, the good news is that there is a solution, a fast and competing payment option using digital transactions. Just like most banks do prefer to have series of confirmation messages sent to emails and mobile numbers…


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Blockchain would have been enough as an angel for me even if it was just about the cryptocurrencies which were the first major boom or exposure it had. Today, the technology is expanding to areas such as music, art, health care, supply chain, energy, telecommunication, voting among others. A whole lot of transformation will be witnessed in several African industries if the adoption of blockchain technology can be encouraged within these organizations. …

Adedayo Adebajo

One part artist, one part writer, one part entrepreneur, two parts philanthropist and blockchain enthusiast, three parts egalitarian and a whole lot more.

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