The Stakeholders in Blockchain Association of Nigeria (SiBAN) and Blockchain Society Ghana (BSG) are billed to collaborate for fair media exposures in both ecosystems. The announcement was made on Saturday at Ghana-Nigeria Stakeholders Industry Dinner Night, Best Western Plus Accra Beach Hotel; a wrapup dinner of the August 23-24 Blocktech Women Conference.
The dinner, which hosted members of both Associations, identified a mutual limiting occurence; high cost of media publicity of indeginious projects on foreign media establishments. In other to curb this lacuna, SiBAN and BSG are partnering to bring about seamless media exposures in both ecosystem.
“We will engage the various Blockchain media outlets in our respective countries for support of blockchain projects in both ecosystems,” says a joint statement by SiBAN Chairman, Paul Ezeafulukwe and GBS Cordinator, Omar Majgoub.
SiBAN is a self-regulatory body, founded by stakeholders in Nigeria’s blockchain and cryptocurrency community for the purpose of supporting players in the space; educating users and members of the public about the blockchain technology; promoting adoption by both private and public bodies; ensuring consumer protection and safeguards against scams; and working with regulators to help maximize the untapped potentials of the blockchain. To put it simply, SiBAN is Nigeria’s Blockchain association.
BSG are a group of highly enthusiastic and motivated individuals; developers, students, currency traders, entrepreneurs and many more interested in progressing the knowledge and application of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies in Ghana.