Navigating the trade of cryptocurrency in Nigeria is challenging to say the least; with the cryptocurrency space already riddled with misconceptions and general mistrust. However, there is a rise in the demand and adoption of digital currencies in Africa with a sprawling community of traders on the rise. This rise has, therefore, birthed a clamour for innovative solutions that facilitates the exchange of digital money.

Africa’s leading e-commerce firm, Chiji14xchange is a key player in the cryptocurrency space with platforms where traders can exchange digital currencies. Their goal is to lead Africa into the next generation of e-commerce and they provide services in this regard.

Earlier today, Chiji14xchange launched a mega product – ROCKET. According to the Founder and CEO, Odum Chijioke John; Rocket is the solution to the rising demand of credible digital exchange platforms. He said, “I am excited to introduce Africa to the height of digital trading, an unprecedented move that will change the sphere of money as we know it. Rocket is packed with amazing features that puts the trader in charge and our users will enjoy the full experience of a practical trading platform.”

With Rocket, traders:

  • Can buy and sell Bitcoin
  • Will enjoy access to secure Naira and Bitcoin Wallets
  • Can transfer from their Naira to their bank accounts
  • Can send and receive bitcoin with the maximum security of a 2-Factor Authentication system and KYC Validation.

This is an exciting development for the future of cryptocurrency in Nigeria as widespread positive reviews from the users of this product continues to change the negative connotations usually associated with crypto trading.

Rocket is now available for download on the Google Play Store and the iOS Apple Store and so far, it is delivering on all of its promises.

To find out more about ROCKET and other services, visit www.chiji14xchange.com

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