List of Companies Who Accepts Bitcoins as Payment by 99bitcoins

Who Accepts Bitcoins? Who accept bitcoins as payment? Bitcoins are taking over the crypto-currency marketplace. They’re the largest and most well-known digital currency. Many large companies are accepting bitcoins as a legitimate source of funds. They allow their online products to be bought with bitcoins. With the extreme facilitation of transfer and earning of bitcoins,

A Little Bit More about Bitcoins by Manasseh Egedegbe

Bitcoin is money. It is a digital currency, that is backed by, well, not gold, or US dollars… it is backed by computer codes. Yeah, I know that sounds scary. Computer codes can be hacked. Did you receive your salary by cash or by “alert”? Do you think your employer carried cash with a bullion

Message To Nigeria CBN: ‘Blockchain Is Taking Over, Swim or Sink’

HOW TO MAKE MONEY USING BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY Note: This article was culled from Coin Telegraph Concerned about the rapid encroachment of Blockchain into the country, Nigeria’s top bank chief has sounded the alarm for relevant agencies to begin to take the disruptive technology more seriously. Speaking at an event organized by the Nigeria Electronic Fraud

Why Abacha Handled The Economy ‘Better’ Than What Buhari Is Doing

Sometime in February 2016, our research team looked at the capital and recurrent expenditure profile of successive Nigerian Governments since 1994. The data revealed, the draconian government of Late General Abacha spent more on Capital Expenditure in Nigeria than on recurrent expenditure, a record that is yet to be matched by any democratic government since

Here Is Confirmation That Nigeria’s Power Industry Is Near Bankruptcy- Dallas Peave

 Nigeria may be in darkness in the next few weeks as cash strapped power companies, owed as much as N219 billion by the  Federal Government, are unable  to settle loans borrowed from banks while future expansions are in dare jeopardy. Operators are in a precarious situation because inadequate cash flows have hindered them from purchasing

How e-Commerce can lift Nigeria’s economy-Juliet Anammah

Chief Executive Officer of Jumia, Nigeria’s leading online shopping platform, Juliet Anammah, cut her teething corporate management at May & Baker Plc where she worked for eight years. Her experience in strategic management at Accenture equally molded her for the challenging task of ensuring that Jumia succeeds in Nigeria. In this interview, Anammah talks about

Largest Potato farm in Sub-Saharan Africa’

In this interview, seasoned wealth advisor, Olusegun Paul Andrew, who has initiated, managed and directed world-class projects for key global institutions, governments and individuals, spoke to CHUKS NWANNE on Nigeria’s agric sector and how Vicampro Group intends to change the country’s economic lanscape with its 80-million dollar-potato farm/processing plant. It seems the fall in oil