Domineum to Host Largest Blockchain Summit in Abuja

Blockchain Developers Summit Abuja

Domineum Blockchain Solutions, a  leading Distributed Ledger Technology Company in Africa is set to host one of the largest Blockchain summits in Abuja, hosting over 1000 developers under one roof at Baze University Abuja, Nigeria.

The theme of the summit is tagged “Stimulating Blockchain Adoption in Nigeria’’.

The summit is powered by BSV and in partnership with Domineum Blockchain Solutions.

Mohammed Ibrahim Jega, Co-Founder of Domineum Blockchain Solutions, said, “Our team has worked intensively to launch a massive blockchain event poised at helping startups build solutions that can help address local needs by bringing together developers, startups, and, blockchain enthusiasts.

This will help activate the BSV ecosystem in Nigeria which leads to exposing developers and startups to BSV Blockchain resources and networks. The summit is targeted at bringing the government, industry, and academia together to explore the powerful capabilities that the BSV Blockchain offers and help position Domineum Blockchain as an implementing partner to the BSV Blockchain thereby accelerating blockchain adoption.”

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The summit will focus on the massive scaling of the African blockchain ecosystem with its opportunities and use cases in Africa, the second most populated continent in the world with about 1.3 billion people.

It will also showcase the capabilities and wide range of applications that are possible on how BSV Blockchain can change the world and help Africa believe there is another way to achieve great things by creating valuable, insightful, and engaging summits that educate and inform.

As blockchain technology matures, we are seeing fewer blockchain experiments and more development of robust enterprise-ready solutions that are transforming many digital businesses; for example, cross-border blockchain-based payments which are faster, cheaper, and more secure; and in supply chain management, where blockchain technology improves tracking, greatly reduce transaction settlement time and automates payments using smart contracts.

Africa is adopting blockchain and cryptocurrency technology faster than its global counterparts – adoption has surged to more than 90% over the last year, and countries such as Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, and Tanzania are ranked in the top 20 of the 2021 Global Crypto Adoption Index.

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This has made Nigeria a perfect fit for the adoption of blockchain technology to solve major challenges in Africa.

The summit will provide an avenue for big ecosystem announcements, new product launches, core tech updates, keynote speeches, panels, pitching sessions, and fireside chats from global industry leaders. The top speakers are Inuwa Kashifu Abdullahi (DG NITDA), Prof. Tahir Mamman, VC of Baze University, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta – Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Vincent O. Olatunji – National Commissioner/CEO of NDPB, Yau Isa Garba – National Director, National Centre

for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (NCAIR), Ray Sharma – Managing partner of Pacer Ventures, Osmin Callis – MD Block Venture Studios, Satoshi Block Dojo, Lorien Gamaroff -Co-founder and CEO, Centbee, Michal Scislowski – CEO, Soundoshi, Bartolomeo Olivares – Co-founder, Gate2Chain, Dr. Catherine Lephoto – Executive Sales Director, VX Technologies, Dr. Maximilian Sinan Korkmaz – Managing Director, Stabilwerk Bau and P2P Software.

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Participation:

Registration for the summit commences on the 1st of June 2022 and will end on the 20th of July, 2022.

Register through the link here.

Event partners include: Baze University, NITDA, Startup Arewa, Founders Institute, Startup Grind, Servelead Global, Domineum, and Vogue Pay.



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