Block Stale Launches Bitcoin ATM To The Nigerian Market

Chief Executive Officer, Block Stale, Adekunle Daniel has enjoined the government to embrace cryptocurrency as a legal tender and key into the idea of digital currency and blockchain technilogy in Nigeria.

He made this known during the launch of the first Bitcoin ATM machines in Lagos.

With this innovation, Nigeria ranks 8th in the world to experience the evolution of Bitcoun ATM which has brought global recognition to the country and Africa.

According to the pioneer, who is an expert in blockchain and cryptocurrency, bitcoin is a digital currency that operates independently across national boundaries and sectors, which can be used as a form of trade, investment, payment and settlement.
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Wake Up Nigeria, July 7, 2020 (Full Video)

The highlight of today’s show anchored by Yomi, Titi and Mike, was the discussion on the 3rd mainland bridge repairs as well as the statement put out by actress, Lala Akindoju over the visit by the Actors’ Guild of Nigeria to Regina Daniels’ residence.

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Nigeria Leader Rebuke Bill Gate’s Wife, Over Statement On Africa,

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Controversy over Nigeria’s Polio-free status

Polio is no longer endemic in Nigeria – UN health agency. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced today that polio is no longer endemic in Nigeria, leaving the devastating disease endemic in only two countries and bringing the world one major step closer to achieving this goal of ending polio for good

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Professor Uche Uwaleke dissects IMF’s projection on Nigerian Economy

The International Monetary Fund has downgraded Nigeria’s 2020 growth projection, saying the economy will shrink by 5.4 per cent.

The IMF earlier in April projected that the country’s economy would contract by 3.4 per cent this year.

The IMF disclosed its new forecast in its overview of the World Economic Outlook for June, titled, ‘A crisis like no other, an uncertain recovery.

It stated that, ‘Global growth is projected at minus 4.9 per cent in 2020, 1.9 percentage points below the April 2020 World Economic Outlook forecast.

The IMF notes the COVID-19 pandemic has had a more negative impact on activity in the first half of 2020 than anticipated, and the recovery is projected to be more gradual than previously forecast.”

Professor of Finance and Capital Market of Nasarawa State University, Uche Uwaleke, now shares his views on this and other projections

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Public Transportation Isn’t Always The Best Or The Cheapest Option – Your Mileage May Vary

Sharon and I are big fans of public transportation. For most large cities in the world, it’s one of the cheapest and quickest ways to get from an airport to the city center. Heck, when we were in Frankfurt, we got from our hotel to the subway to the airport in less than twenty minutes. When visiting London, we’ve learned that there are several options other than the “express train” to get from the airport to the city.

The last time we stayed in San Francisco, we were at the Palace Hotel and it was right across the street from a BART station. It was easy to get there from SFO and back to OAK for our departing flight. For this visit, I picked a hotel that was reasonably close to the Powell BART station, figuring that would be the cheapest and best way for us to get into the city. Turns out I was wrong.

When we arrived at the BART station at San Francisco Airport, we had to buy tickets to the city. The fare to the Powell St. Station was $9.65 if we had a Clipper card and $10.15 if we chose to get a paper ticket. The fee for a new Clipper card is $3. Since we were planning on using the BART to get around for most of our trip, we each purchased cards, so our OOP cost was $12.65.

Our flight home was leaving SFO at 9:40 on Sunday morning. One little problem. The BART trains don’t start running until 8AM on Sundays.

Oops!

We ended up having to take a Lyft to the airport. Since I had already registered my Sapphire Reserve with Lyft, we got a 15% discount on our ride with Lyft Pink. I also received 10x Ultimate Rewards, 2x Delta SkyMiles for a ride to the airport and 3x Hilton Honors points for our trip.

I paid $23.63 for our trip to the airport and it only took us 20 minutes to get there.  Our trip to our hotel had taken well over an hour. With Lyft, we were picked up at our hotel and dropped off at our terminal instead of having to walk to the BART station from the hotel and take the AirTrain from the BART station once arriving at SFO.

I paid $25 for our trip into town if you include the price of our Clipper cards. That’s more than I paid for a Lyft.

These calculations will change depending on how many people are in your group. For a solo traveler, the BART will still be a cheaper option, but if you’re a family, a Lyft or Uber will probably be a less expensive and more convenient alternative.

Final Thoughts

When planning trips to and from the airport in a major city, I usually default to look for public transportation. As it turns out, this might not always be the most convenient or cheapest option. Next time, I’ll check to see the price for Uber and Lyft before buying our train tickets.

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World bank grants Nigeria N270m loan to upgrade power sector

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Professor Uche Uwaleke dissects IMF’s projection on Nigerian Economy

The International Monetary Fund has downgraded Nigeria’s 2020 growth projection, saying the economy will shrink by 5.4 per cent.

The IMF earlier in April projected that the country’s economy would contract by 3.4 per cent this year.

The IMF disclosed its new forecast in its overview of the World Economic Outlook for June, titled, ‘A crisis like no other, an uncertain recovery.

It stated that, ‘Global growth is projected at minus 4.9 per cent in 2020, 1.9 percentage points below the April 2020 World Economic Outlook forecast.

The IMF notes the COVID-19 pandemic has had a more negative impact on activity in the first half of 2020 than anticipated, and the recovery is projected to be more gradual than previously forecast.”

Professor of Finance and Capital Market of Nasarawa State University, Uche Uwaleke, now shares his views on this and other projections

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Exclusive: Bandits Reign In Northern Nigeria

In this episode of TVC Insight, Ayoyimika Adeniyi takes a look at the reign of bandits in Northern Nigeria and its effects. After some relative peace in some states like Katsina and Zamfara, banditry in the form of shortening lives, kidnapping, and cattle rustling, is escalating the security situation in the North-West.
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Controversy over Nigeria’s Polio-free status

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