Economy---Politics
March 01, 2017
CBN clarifies position on Blockchain Tech in Nigeria

At the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) breakfast meeting on "Virtual/Cryptocurrency:Evolution, Regulatory Challenges and Impact on Payments & Settlements", the Central Bank of Nigeria had the opportunity to clarify its position on Blockchain technology in Nigeria.

 

Mr Musa Itopa Jimoh, Deputy Director, Banking & Payment System shared with stakeholders the role the Nigeria monetary authority is playing, from the regulatory level.

 

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