Meet Twinder – a Tinder-like bot on Twitter by 4 Nigerians

Twinder is a bot designed to match you with your Twitter crush(es) built by HelloWorld.ng. Hi! Twinder is a bot to help you match with your Twitter crushes – basically Tinder for Twitter. — Twinder (@twinderbot) January 8, 2018 If you are a frequent Twitter user, you’ll have heard the phrase “Shoot your shot” more times… Read more Meet Twinder – a Tinder-like bot on Twitter by 4 Nigerians

Meet Twinder – a Tinder-like bot on Twitter by Nigerians

Twinder is a bot designed to match you with your Twitter crush(es) built by HelloWorld.ng comprising Timi Ajiboye (@timigod on Twitter) and Ope (@fathermerry), experienced developers from Nigeria currently working at DavNetwork and Paystack respectively. Hi! Twinder is a bot to help you match with your Twitter crushes – basically Tinder for… Read full story here

Commissions.ng allows Nigerians to launch e-commerce stores

Nigerian startup Commissions.ng is enabling users to start businesses selling products and services in return for commission, offering each subscriber a complete, personalised e-commerce platform that comes preloaded with items they can start selling within minutes. Fully launched in September, Commissions.ng saves subscribers the hassle of worrying about web hosting,… Source link

Airtime purchase costs Nigerians N2.68trn in 10 months

Telecoms subscribers across mobile networks in Nigeria have devoted N2.68 trillion of their household income on purchase of airtime credit on their mobile device, which they used to access both voice and data services from the mobile network operators (MNOs), New Telegraph has learnt. The airtime was purchased across different platforms such as the physical… Read more Airtime purchase costs Nigerians N2.68trn in 10 months

Paxful enlightens Nigerians on the use of Bitcoin

Gold plated souvenir Bitcoin coins are arranged for a photograph in London on November 20, 2017.<br />Bitcoin, a type of cryptocurrency, uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks. Bitcoin’s recent rise and booming investor interest is forcing the regulatory and stock market authorities to formulate an official position on bitcoin and… Read more Paxful enlightens Nigerians on the use of Bitcoin

5 of the most inspiring TEDx talks by Nigerians on Youtube!

So, I host a radio show called “Your Business My Business” on City FM every morning where I talk to small business owners as well as startup owners as they share their experiences with me and basically project their products, services or solutions . In over 1year that I have hosted the show, I have… Read more 5 of the most inspiring TEDx talks by Nigerians on Youtube!

Nigerians to Get 14-Day Grace to Roll Over Unused Data – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, is set to issue a directive to telecommunications operators to give 14 days’ window to subscribers to enable them roll over their unused data. The Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Umar Danbatta, said this in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos. Mr. Danbatta spoke at the NCC Special Day at… Read more Nigerians to Get 14-Day Grace to Roll Over Unused Data – NCC

Eight million Nigerians activate ‘Do-Not-Disturb’ code – Danbatta – The Citizen

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says eight million Nigerians have activated the Do-Not-Disturb code. The Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta, made this known at the maiden edition of the Nigerian Technology Innovation and Telecommunications Awards in Lagos. NTITA was organised by the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria and powered by… Read… Read more Eight million Nigerians activate ‘Do-Not-Disturb’ code – Danbatta – The Citizen

Digital mapping saves Nigerians billions

Google last week launched a report, conducted by research group Alpha Beta, on the economic impact of geospatial services in Nigeria. The study shows that digital geospatial tools like Maps are making positive economic contributions around the globe to employment, emergency response and time management.   The Economic Impact of Geospatial Services report shows that… Read more Digital mapping saves Nigerians billions

How Nigerians are losing millions of dollars through cryptocurrency investments » YNaija

by Philip Obin   Why I don’t do money doubling business and only invest and work hard to earn money! Any internet investment scheme promising you more than 24% Return On Investment (ROI) annually is never registered and must not be taken seriously, especially when they are trading with Bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency. *Don’t… Read more How Nigerians are losing millions of dollars through cryptocurrency investments » YNaija

SMARTPHONES: Nigerians’ new addiction | Hallmarknews

Nigerians using smartphones By AYOOLA OLAOLUWA Many Nigerians are currently grappling with smartphone addiction, findings by Business Hallmark have revealed. Since its introduction into the country on the 6th of August, 2001, when ECONET (now Airtel), formally launched its services, followed closely by MTN, Glo and much later by Etisalat (now 9mobile), mobile phones have… Read more SMARTPHONES: Nigerians’ new addiction | Hallmarknews

LegitNG Wants To Get Nigerians’ Legal Help Within 24 Hours

Legal services are highly inaccessible for most Nigerians, hence the innate distrust of the law that we all grew up with. But as technology adoption is rising in the country, it is inevitably dragging even the most traditional services along with it. In the past one year, many tech startups have launched to change how… Read more LegitNG Wants To Get Nigerians’ Legal Help Within 24 Hours