I was invited to the launching of the first ever Blockchain Center in the city of Ibadan. Okay, I actually invited myself. I went there because I wanted to meet the big players in the blockchain ecosystem and do my steem ambassador duties(provide visibility for the steem blockchain). I did provide publicity for the steem blockchain. I did meet the big players in the cryptocurrency ecosystem in Nigeria. That's where I met Nathaniel Luz.
This photograph was shot at the Launching of the Block chain Centre in Ibadan. In the Photograph, Nathaniel Luz is wearing a grey jacket. I'm wearing my branded Ghana Steemit Shirt and Chris Ani is standing by my side wearing a bitcoin branded T-shirt
Nathaniel Luz is the CEO of Cryptocurrency Africa. An organisation committed to promoting the adoption and use of cryptocurrency in the continent.
He has carried out projects in Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon, and he has plans to execute projects in more African countries in 2018.
Recently he was awarded by Students For Liberty, a growing network of pro-liberty students from all over the world for his commitment to a more liberal Africa.
Cryptocurrency Africa is an organization committed to promoting the adoption and use of cryptocurrency in the continent. Their focus is to address all necessary factors to establishing a firm user base in the continent.
This is done through educational programs for individuals and organizations. It is thier belief that cryptocurrency holds the potential for Arica’s potential liberation. In furtherance of this, they organize educational and promotional programs that reach out to Africans.
Invitation to Make a Presentation at Cryptocurrency Africa Meet-up
Nathaniel Luz has invited me to make a Presentation at thier Cryptocurrencyafrica meet-up. I will be making a presentation on Steem and Steemit.
Right now I'm on a bus on my way to Delta State. The obnoxious driver has taken a longer route in order to deliver a package. I would already be in Delta by now if not for this malevolent act. I'm sure I'll be able to make it before the end of the meet-up.
Thank you very much.