Online savings platforms that offer higher interest rates than your bank in Nigeria

Financial institutions like the commercial banks are one of the major choices for savings aside contribution and thrift schemes. But one of the major concerns of Nigerian savers is that these banks offer relatively lower interest rates compared to when they give loans. According to a one-stop comprehensive reference for international financing and investment —… Read more Online savings platforms that offer higher interest rates than your bank in Nigeria

Nigerians Trade N1.3bn Bitcoin On 13 Platforms Weekly

Despite warnings by regulators and legislators, Nigerians have continued to invest in crypto currency, trading up to N1.38 billion across 13 local crypto-currency exchanges in the country. However, analysts have urged government to embark on smart regulatory tactic in controlling the surge in the trend. Speaking with LEADERSHIP at the weekend, software developer and chief… Read more Nigerians Trade N1.3bn Bitcoin On 13 Platforms Weekly

E-Commerce Platforms Closing Down in Nigeria: Models or Market Environment

[ad_1] Thursday, February 07, 2018   06.11PM / Otto Abasiekong / Proshare WebTV  To imagine that with all the promise (discounting the exaggerated consumer numbers) that Nigeria offers, the embracement of technology, expansion in coverage and usage of smartphones and the convergence it offers; Nigeria lags behind in penetration and sustainability.  We are in the fourth… Read more E-Commerce Platforms Closing Down in Nigeria: Models or Market Environment

Uber, Taxify and Lyft; the Cab Hire platforms Review in Nigeria {cont’d}

… continued from Part 1 CAB HIRE CONFIRMATION TIME To check the time of confirmation of a can hire, I tried hiring a taxi from the same location to the same destination on both apps. On Taxify, my order was confirmed and my designated driver was assigned to me in less than 30 seconds. Although… Read more Uber, Taxify and Lyft; the Cab Hire platforms Review in Nigeria {cont’d}