Crytocurrency: Nigerian youths should embrace digital economy— Blord CEO | Dailytrust

Crytocurrency: Nigerian youths should embrace digital economy— Blord CEO

The emerging digital economy is fated to alter forever old ways of doing things including the conduct of business.

This is according to Linus Williams Ifejika, the founder of Blord Group, a cryptocurrency company that is making steady appearance on billboards on major roads and districts in Abuja, Lagos, Awka among others, thus, enhancing the Blockchain market.

Ifejika, whose readiness to impact this cutting-edge knowledge on others earned him the title, ‘Coach’ is one of the young creative Nigerian cryptocurrency magnates with capacity to think outside the box.

Ifejika, who is fondly called Blord said sincerity combines with a sense of integrity has made him one of the renowned names in Bitcoin trading in Nigeria today.

“In the past few years, I have etched my name in the minds of many with my incredible understanding of the complexities and dynamics of the Bitcoin industry,” he said.

Blord said that cryptocurrency was one of the safest things to do, given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic which hit many businesses across the globe.

He said Nigerian youths should believe in themselves and be ready to embrace technology and the digital world for in years to come, they will reap the dividends of foresight.

Blord is also of the view that digitization should be taught in secondary schools in Nigeria to give the young ones a sense of a world ruled by ideas rather than might.

He said that he wants to be seen as one of the pioneer investors in the Blockchain market in Nigeria, at a time little was known about crypto currency.

He also disclosed that his company, Blord Real Estate Limited, has been issued a certificate of incorporation by the Federal government of Nigeria to operate without let or hinderance in the real state market.

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