Nigeria’s largest opposition party presidential candidate has promised support for the block chain and cryptography. Nigerian political activist Attiki Abubakar, who belongs to the Democratic Party of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has published an article analyzing Nigerian revitalization policy, saying he promised to implement a policy of monetary policy if he is elected in the presidential election on February 16.
He declared that he aimed to accelerate economic acceleration through the use of block chains and cryptography, and said he would push for a comprehensive policy on block-chain technology and cryptography to drive the possibility of a new economy. His policy statement says he will approach regulatory transparency in the cryptographic industry with more than 1,800 currencies.
The Nigerian government has partnered with local start-ups to develop block chains. Of course, the regulatory agency Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) warned in March that it should not use cryptography because it does not have guaranteed transactions. For more information, please click here .