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Binance, ScholarX partner to drive blockchain adoption across Nigerian markets

With the help of localized languages like Yoruba, Igbo, Hause, and Pidgin English, Binance, one of the world’s top blockchain ecosystems and cryptocurrency infrastructure providers, and ScholarX (LearnAM), a social impact startup that supports young Africans accessing quality skills training, are promoting blockchain adoption throughout rural markets in Nigeria.

Binance is conducting activations at well-known Nigerian markets, including Alaba market (the largest electronics market in Nigeria), Computer village (the largest ICT accessories market in Nigeria), Balogun market (the largest textile market in Nigeria), Ikotun market (the market for food items), and Coker-Orile market, with the goal of raising cryptocurrency awareness on the continent at a time when more Africans are turning to digital assets (Building materials market).

“We are thrilled about this relationship since it is particularly vital at this pivotal juncture in the history of our nation, with the unheard-of push for the implementation of digital and cashless legislation. With LearnAM providing them with the specialized knowledge they need to use blockchain technology, we are certain that this cooperation with Binance will provide new opportunities for people in local marketplaces, said Bola Lawal, CEO of ScholarX.

“We have always supported equal access to opportunities that raise the standard of living in these communities. Our alliance strengthens our dedication to this even more, he continued.

Digital skills are crucial for individuals in rural areas to access information, find employment and entrepreneurial possibilities, excel in school, and develop stronger and more connected communities as the globe becomes more linked than ever.

“We are committed to ensuring that even individuals in underserved communities have access to the plethora of options blockchain has to offer in order to hasten general adoption. We believe that taking a more hands-on approach would help to clarify concepts and offer solutions to problems that exist in the real world, according to Nadeem Anjarwalla, director of Binance West & East Africa.

By introducing more in-person encounters, Binance continues to advance crypto knowledge and promote acceptance in the area, fostering economic and technological advancement.

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