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Nigerian first cryptocurrency payment processor “FinRik” and it’s native stablecoin “Wavycoin” set to launch

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CEO and founder of Wavyvibrations Inc and Roadkit Awoniyi Segun Gbenga has unveiled plans to launch FinRik, a cryptocurrency payment processor, with the aim of making automated crypto payment easy in Nigeria.

Awoniyi Segun, the founder and CEO said “What we are here to do is very simple, we want to maximize the potentials of virtual currency and bridge the gap between it and the Nigerian economy, because Nigerians trade crypto’s daily but sadly  it has little or no effect on our struggling economy, so we are building a structure that will enable people transact swiftly with there virtual currency” in a tweet addressing potential users he stated further “FinRik at its best is a community with payment processing function, business development section, Roboadvisor, e-commerce, secure crypto wallet, real estate, e-ticketing, we are listing BTC, XRP, Eth, Usdt, Litecoin immediately we launch even though we want to give you a way to use your crypto to make easy and automated transactions we still recognize the fact they crypto’s can be very volatile, that’s why we are working on creating our own stablecoin (Wavycoin, WVY) which will be built on Ethereum and Binance blockchain”

FinRik is expected to go live in Q2 of this year, while the platform’s digital currency Wavycoin is expected to be listed by next year, according to what we gathered from the firm, FinRik users account will come with Multifaceted and highly secured wallet to safely secure there securities and the firm will be listing BTC, Eth, XRP, Litecoin, USDT as they launch, furthermore users will be able to access business development tools, as a unit of the company will be dedicated to developing and managing of businesses using business intelligence and data science, the firm also possess an e-commerce wing that enables users to create online store within three minutes with access to high tech tools that will aid their business growth and presence online and most especially they will be able to get paid by there customers using crypto.

The platform’s cryptocurrency project Wavycoin is expected to be built on Ethereum ERC-20 blockchain and Binance smart chain contract the crypto development project is under the company’s subsidiary FinRik financial institute, a section for financial advise that is also working on developing its own Roboadvisor soon, likewise the tech company’s proptech section.

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Chowopa wants to change the way we order meals!

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At 17 Anthony was building WordPress websites for people, months before he launched a marketplace where vendors meet prospective buys, fast forward to now, still building but in a much more mature way! Anthony was like starting that early made me face some challenges that were abit above my age but learnt, and I’m using that to build better now!On a cold night in August 2021, after coding all day Anthony was hungry, but couldn’t get a place to order food, nobody was willing to make the runs, he went to bed hungry, the next day he had to leave the comfort of his off campus hostel to get a meal, a walk he saw as a big waste of time.

After a Friday lecture, Anthony was talking to himself “Omo another day to start looking for restaurant” when a friend said it out loud, the topic unexpectedly lead to a loud conversation with everyone recommending a restaurant some are too far , some expensive some are sold out, this was a wake up call to Anthony who went ahead to start building Chowopa that weekend! The rest they say is history.Chowopa (a subsidiary forMaax’s store) is an online fooddelivery service that connects youto restaurants around your location bringing the best mealswithin your reach. The software makes it Pretty easy you gain access to various cuisinesthrough Chowopa platform.order for the food of yourchoice and get it delivered toYou on payment.

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A tech school, FinRik Institute of Technology is launching in Port Harcourt

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The epic change in the way we live in the last 60 years can be credited to tech and has it stands, the influence of technology in the way we live is not stopping, the demand for software engineers is expected to grow by 22% between 2020 and 2030, according to a report by the U.S Bureau of Labor statistics, the top ten largest companies in the world are dominated by tech companies.Despite the loads of negatives that the COVID pandemic brought with it, it gave remote work a much needed validation, and one would be disillusioned to say the high rate of migration of software engineers in recent month has being at a peak, most leaving local tech companies for much bigger ones, yes! This move comes with alot of perks, it’s safe to say we have a shortage of talent in Africa! That is what FinRik Institute of Technology is trying to solve, according to the firm’s crunchbase, bio it stated clearly “FinRik Institute of Technology is an Offline Tech Shool for acquiring in-demand tech skills with a supportive community to help people find their bearing in tech with the numerous opportunities it brings.”

Despite engineers leaving in droves, new tech startups keep springing up daily, with a lot of people ready to get on the ship but as low as the barrier of entry of tech is, there is no real pathway to help usher in newbies that just pivoted to the industry, a problem FIT Port Harcourt aim to solve, by making sure newbies become market ready in less than 12 months. The school’s programme will commence by April and according to their website, they have five faculties, School of software engineering, School of product, Robotics and game development, School of Design, School of Data engineering.

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Seguntuyi is instilling confidence in men, helping them maximize their potential with undaunting boldness, a thread at a time with HouseofTuyi

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For Onakoya Seguntuyi, creating is not what you wake up and start doing, it’s must be a major part of you, your persona, a major factor in how you process your thought, those were the opening remark of Seguntuyi, creative director of House of Tuyi on a gloomy afternoon, in a restaurant in Lagos the, commercial capital of Nigeria, he was trying to teach an upstart via a phone call on why it’s not just about sewing nice clothes while I look on, learning while preparing for my discussion with him.Two years before House of Tuyi, Segun has being skimming, following Kim Jones, late Virgil Abloh, Lisa Folawiyo closely, he was like I spend all my time following Paris fashion week to perusing Hiesnobiety, just to expand my scope with street fashion, while I was studying what Orange culture was doing, I wanted to build a brand that sews high-end exclusive street inspired cloth without losing touch with my targeted audience, it can’t be too high end nor look like a street wear, then I decided to start House of Tuyi in 2019, made lots of mistake along the way, pivoted from different business model until I got a suitable one and we have being growing since then.

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I queried further, asides making cloths what challenges did he face, he laughed out loud then continued “Omo I won’t lie, I used to think it was all fashion until I realized that even fashion is a business so I had to level up with the business side of things, learnt editing also, but here we are growing”Onakoya Seguntuyi is a graduated of Agricultural economics and extension from Joseph Ayo Babalola University.

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