Cyberchain dig deeper into cybersecurity, Blockchain with Abuja, Lagos

Cyberchain digs deeper into cybersecurity and blockchain with Abuja and Lagos conferences on October 22 and November 12

In a bid to deepen knowledge on cybersecurity and Blockchain technology across Nigeria, Cyberchain, a decentralized, brand-neutral, people-focused company, will host a conference in Abuja on October 22 at the NAF Conference Centre, Kado, Abuja Nigeria.

This follows a series of talks he has held lately when he embarked on a national tour this year on the theme of “Embracing the Metaverse Economy”. He started the lectures in the town of Akure in Ondo State in March; then Uyo in Akwa Ibom State in May and Benin City in Edo State in July. The grand finale of the conference is scheduled to be held in Lagos on November 12, 2022.

Speakers expected for the Abuja conference include Mohammed Jega, founder of Domineum Blockchain; Mr. Adedeji Owonibi, founder of Convexity and A&D Forensics; William Phelps, Investment Manager at Adaverse among others. The Lagos Grand Final will feature and host Chris Ani from DabaTV, Tony Emeka from CryptoTV Plus, Chuta Chimezie from BNUG, Kristian Kruz from Element USA, Xeus from NIRVANA Academy, Alicia Little from POW USA and a host. others.

Cyberchain digs deeper into cybersecurity and blockchain with Abuja and Lagos conferences on October 22 and November 12 - Brand Spur
Jude Ozinegbe, organizer.

Speaking on the upcoming events, Cyberchain Founder, Jude Ozinegbe revealed that Cyberchain was born out of the need to ensure that Nigerians are properly sensitized to the many benefits of the digital economy.

Listing some of these benefits, the digital transformation and blockchain consultant presented them as “creating more employment opportunities for Nigerians, ease of doing business, transparent governance, safe online presence and even placing Nigeria on the world map by creating world-class projects that can contribute to the country’s GDP among others.

“As technology continues to drive business growth across the globe, it has become imperative for Nigeria to position itself as a contributor to the rapidly growing digital economy.

“There are, however, multiple factors that can affect the growth and expansion of the digital economy, a few of which are infrastructure, innovations, policies, access to finance, and proper education, among others.”

“The lowest fruit, but with the most impactful and lasting effect on the economy of the country is education, which we did with our national tour.

“Cyberchain is certainly an organization that has been at the forefront of encouraging the growth of digital skills and by extension improving the lives of Nigerians at all levels,” he said.

Other activities billed as part of the grand finale in Lagos are a flagship hackathon dubbed “Cyberthon” where winners will walk away with over N1,000,000 and other goodies for entering the hacking contest which will be overseen by Digital Encode Limited.

Actress and Nollywood business mogul, Mimi Orjiekwe will present prizes to the winners.

The event will culminate with the Biggest Blockchain Boat Cruise to be held on November 13, 2022, where celebrities, founders, investors, and top executives in the Blockchain space will have ample time to network, dine, and socialize. wine, while taking in the lush, ambient view of the Ikoyi/Lekki waters.

Cyberchain brings together some of the best minds in the tech space each year and connects them with enthusiasts for knowledge sharing, while investors have also found Cyberchain events to be ideal for engaging and fostering viable business relationships.

Cyberchain events are supported by Zinochrome, NCC, NITDA, Digital Encode, Binance, TradeFada, Bitmama, FBM Homes, Convexity, RedswanCRE, LBank, FTX, Adbond, Gamic Guild, Adaverse, Emurgo, BEI, AAX, Farmchain, SiBAN , Boundless Nexus, Rocket, CryptoTV Plus, LenzOne, ChannelsTV and others.

Donald E. Patel