It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you our maiden event, Technext Coinference. It is billed to hold on Thursday, December 9, 2021, in Lagos (venue to be unveiled). With a proposed physical audience of at least 1,500 and a virtual attendance of at least 3,000, the event is billed to be the biggest gathering of cryptocurrency enthusiasts, innovators and regulators in Africa, so far.
The Technext Coinference event will provide a visible platform for key players in the African blockchain tech ecosystem to discuss the possibilities of cryptocurrencies, in order to position for future leverage.
The event promises a line-up of influential speakers that will share insightful thoughts that will inspire the attendees to take advantage of the numerous benefits of cryptocurrency. We will be unveiling the exciting line-up in the coming weeks. Watch out!
A few years ago, cryptocurrencies were the new technology that needed explaining. Today, the global cryptocurrency adoption is skyrocketing and interestingly, Africa is among the leading horses in this race – with Nigeria and Kenya among the top 6 of the 2021 Global Crypto Adoption Index’s top 20.
In fact, data indicates that Nigeria’s peer-to-peer (P2P) Bitcoin trading value between January and March (Q1 2021) alone is worth $99.1 million. That is $61 million above the 2nd placed country on the continent, Kenya’s ($38.4 million).
And, the reason is not far-fetched. Increasingly, citizens are seeking new ways to send and receive remittances as well as carry out business transactions while preserving their savings in the face of currency devaluation. Cryptocurrency is many people’s means to unfettered financial power and future security.
As a tech-driven media organisation that is aimed at providing people-oriented content with a view to contributing to the growth of the African space, our purpose is to lead a timely conversation in the cryptocurrency space.
Hence, we introduce the maiden edition of the “Technext coinference”.
How you can participate
Register to attend:
The Technext Coinference will be a hybrid event (a combination of physical and virtual participation). So, you can register to attend from anywhere across the world in December.
To register click here to go to the event page. Kindly indicate your preferred mode of attendance and the team will make unique preparations for you.
Be a sponsor: The Technext Coinference event will provide a visible platform for key players in the blockchain tech ecosystem across Africa to reach an audience of young, enthusiastic and ready Africans all in one place.
We invite you to take advantage of this platform to strategically position your brand for audience-fit visibility, top of the mind awareness and for adoption and profitable sales conversion.
We are happy to provide additional information about the benefits and investment options at your request. Kindly send an email to [email protected] or call +234 813 489 9932.
Volunteer: If you are happy to explore new skills or try out challenging tasks in event planning, campaign management, event execution and event reporting, this is your big opportunity. We will accept your offering and provide a platform to try and give.
Note: This is not a paid engagement!
If you are still interested, please click here and fill out the form and the team will reach out to you.
Spread the word: The Technext Coinference is open to all and free to attend. This will be exciting for crypto enthusiasts- people that live and breathe by the currency. This is your opportunity to meet other enthusiasts, develop ideas and positions for future gain.
It will also be an exciting learning spot for guys who are unsure about the prospects of cryptocurrency. Come learn from innovators, regulators and other enthusiasts.
Now, if you know anyone around you that needs to be there, you can invite them by sharing this link.
We look forward to hosting you!
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