The vice presidential debate is over and Nigerian Twitter is awash with comments about how smart some of the candidates’ responses were and how some others simply fell hand. Anticipation ahead of the elections is building just as is excitement around the potential usefulness of blockchain technology across various fields. Sadly, some of us may not even get the chance to cast a vote next year.
It’s all about solving real problems for people and blockchain could be that hail mary punch that gets us closer to the logistical future we desire.
After spending a few years as a financial analyst and business writer, Victor Alagbe’s first contact with cryptocurrencies has led him down a path that could potentially revolutionize how thousands of Nigerians access energy.
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The incubation space is expected to drive innovation using the technology that drives Bitcoin. Potential applications include finance and cybersecurity, as blockchains tend to be tamper-proof and are therefore highly secure.
The academy offers three courses for different users from beginners to developers who want to design their products around the block chain.