Tech Company calls for Blockchain awareness and adoption in Nigeria.

VaultBridge, a Software Tech Company in Lagos, with focus on Cybersecurity, FinTech and Blockchain, at a press conference held in Ikoyi, Lagos on Friday, 19th October 2018, called on Nigerians to embrace the practice of cybersecurity and blockchain technology education.

The Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Jude Ozinegbe emphasized the need for educating Nigerians on the not so new technology as he said, “Blockchain has come to transform business, just as the internet did over two decades ago and with every new technology, the extent to which users are enlightened about it, is the degree to which such technology can be utilized.”

Mr. Ozinegbe went further to say that VaultBridge will be rolling out various programs in the coming months, to better position Nigeria on the global map as a Cybersecurity and Blockchain Hub, where solutions to real use cases will be developed by attendees of their trainings.

“In a bid to place Nigeria on the global map, we shall be pioneering executive trainings on Cybersecurity and Blockchain Technology with our partners @Kipya and Bit2Big , which are also training partners with EC-Council and IIB-Council respectively. We are the first to combine these two fields for the benefits of Nigerians and Africans. We will commence by conducting a Conference, the West Africa Cyber Security and Blockchain Technology Conference, billed to hold on 10th November, at the prestigious Nigerian Institute of International Affairs - NIIA, by 9am prompt.”

Some of the VaultBridge Team present.
From left to right:
Mr. Jude Ozinegbe - Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Mabel Kadiri - Client Relationship Assistant, Mr. Harrison Ozinegbe - Executive Director, Mr. Michael Kiberu - Chief Executive Officer and Ms. Precious Matthew - Client Relationship Officer.

The conference, which will host various speakers from the Cybersecurity and Blockchain ecosystems, in attendance will be members from the Blockchain Association of Nigeria - BAN and many enthusiasts, will kickoff in Nigeria and then to Kenya, with a final stop in Uganda. Other African countries will come on board in the coming year.

To register for the free conference, kindly visit: bit.ly/WACSBTC2018
Some of our partners and sponsors at the conference include:
ESET Flobyt ICOholder Block Delta Bitcoin.com Official Blockchain Africa I/O and more.

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