High demand for Bitcoin by a growing number of Nigerians has led the unofficial crypto market to thrive.
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The recent CBN crypto ban has not stopped Nigeria from topping P2P transactions in Africa.
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In terms of Bitcoin’s level of interest, Nigeria has been adjudged the highest performing nation worldwide.
Sokoto State recorded a massive jump of 54.1% in the number of mobile internet subscribers in Q3 2020
Internet-savvy Nigerians leverage on Bitcoin to sustain and drive their earnings.
At the time of writing this report, Bitcoin comfortably outmatched Nigeria's GDP with a market value of $468 billion.
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