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Benue Govt. adopts indigenous cryptocurrency, Zugacoin | The Guardian Nigeria News

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Benue Govt. adopts indigenous cryptocurrency, Zugacoin | The Guardian Nigeria News


Benue state government has adopted Zugacoin as honourable Speaker to the Benue State House of Assembly, Hon.Titus Ubah alongside, Hon. Bem Mngutyo, minority leader Benue state house of Assembly officially became registered members of Zugacoin.

This new feat was achieved during their courtesy visit to the founder of Zugacoin Archbishop Sam Zuga who is also from Benue state, a Tiv man by birth.

The Honorable Speakers expressed excitement over the establishment and the progress of Zugacoin as the first Cryptocurrency in Africa founded by a Nigerian.

In addition, the Honourables said many members of Benue state house of assembly and other top government officials are already registered members of Zugacoin, assured Zuga of the Benue government’s full support and backing towards the establishment of Zugacoin as the aim is also inline with the Archbishop’s vision 0202-2020. Which is to make the able Nigerian youth a millionaire.

It would be recalled that few weeks ago, Zugacoin broke new records since its official launch into the cryptocurrency market on December 1, 2020.

The most valuable and expensive Cryptocurrency in the world joined the CoinMarket Cap making its CEO, Zuga, the first African to list his Coin on CoinMarket Cap.

It important to note that Zugacoin has continued to gain ground, making historic progress in the world of cryptocurrencies.

Zugacoin, specially created to help Nigerians and Africans at large tackle poverty is also on Coin Gecko and rated most expensive cryptocurrency.





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