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    Business Ignorance and Greed Sustain Cryptocurrency Scams in Nigeria -
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    Money What is Bitcoin Blockchain?

    The blockchain is a public ledger that records all transactions carried out on the Bitcoin network. As the name implies, it is a chain of blocks that builds up relevant transactional details in a time-stamped series. There are different types of blockchain, i.e., public, private, hybrid, etc...
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    Money What is Bitcoin Trading?

    Bitcoin trading is the act of buying/selling bitcoins with other currencies. Several exchanges allow users to trade bitcoins against other cryptocurrencies or fiat. Cryptocurrency trading, however, is the trading of Bitcoin against altcoins on cryptocurrency exchanges. Examples include Bittrex...
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    Bitcoin (BTC) vs. Ethereum (ETH): Which Is a Better Buy? – US News & World Report

    It’s no surprise that investors are interested in cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin was first traded back in 2009. Back then, you could buy one of the new digital tokens for less than $0.01. Prices steadily rose until peaking above $20,000 per coin in late 2017. Ethereum debuted in …...
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    Money 7 Things every Nigerian should know about Bitcoins

    In the past decade, Bitcoin became a huge sensation that caught the attention of many across America and Europe. In fact, in 2017, it was the second most searched global news term, as reported by Google. Bitcoin is a digital currency tipped by various cryptocurrency enthusiasts to revolutionise...
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    Business 4 Startups Driving The Wave Of Digital Currency In Nigeria – TechCity

    In recent months, investors in Bitcoin have had good reasons to be worried, especially given the recent downward drive of the digital currency. But some are of the opinion that Bitcoin’s boom is far from over. Having bounced back from previous swoons, Bitcoin may surge and become a...
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    Business Nigerians Begin Cut Back On Bitcoin Exposure – Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

    With South Korea taking the first step towards curbing cryptocurrency trading, further spurring a continued decline in the value of Bitcoin especially, more Nigerians are cutting back on their exposure to cryptocurrencies in an effort to cut back on their losses. via Leadership Nigeria...