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Nigeria's markets regulator has published a set of regulations for digital assets, signalling Africa's most populous country is trying to find a middle ground between an outright ban on crypto assets and their unregulated use.Nigeria's markets regulator has published a set of regulations for digital assets, signalling Africa's most populous country is trying to find a middle ground between an outright ban on crypto assets and their unregulated use.

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The Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr. Lamido Yuguda in this interview at the recently concluded first quarter Capital Market Committee (CMC) meeting disclosed that&nbsp…

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The restrictions on cryptocurrency transactions and the outright ban of Twitter in Nigeria have crippled foreign direct investment in the financial technology sector, according to a new report. The report

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Bitcoin fell by 3.21 per cent, while Ethereum fell by 3.43 per cent in the last 24 hoursBitcoin fell by 3.21 per cent, while Ethereum fell by 3.43 per cent in the last 24 hours

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There are few things that have caused a major disruption in the Banking and Finance Industry worldwide and throughout the course of history like Cryptocurrencies. For such a long-time, private individuals and companies have toyed with the idea of being able to store monetary wealth in a way that is simply beyond the reach of Central authorities like a government while being able to carry and spend this wealth anywhere in the world. This led to the birth of Virtual, Digital or Cryptocurrencies which have left governments baffled and which have created a very grey area legally because they have…

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The Central Bank of Nigeria has been fining banks in an attempt to prevent dealing in cryptocurrencies, but can this succeed in a country where the local currency is losing value at an alarming rate?The Central Bank of Nigeria has been fining banks in an attempt to prevent dealing in cryptocurrencies, but can this succeed in a country where the local currency is losing value at an alarming rate?

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Nigeria's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pegged the maximum amount to be raised from Digital Assets Offering within...Nigeria's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pegged the maximum amount to be raised from Digital Assets Offering within any continuous 12month

SEC pegs maximum amount to be raised from Digital Assets offering at N10bn - Businessday NG

A new report, partly approved by the United Nations (UN) has stated that restrictions on cryptocurrency transactions and the ban on Twitter in Nigeria crippled foreign direct investment in the fintech industry and adversely impacted millions of young Nigerians earning a living from the sector. According to the report, young people engage in jobs inA new report, partly approved by the United Nations (UN) has stated that restrictions on cryptocurrency transactions and the ban on Twitter in Nigeria crippled foreign direct investment in the fintech industry and adversely impacted millions of young Nigerians earning a living from the sector. According to the report, young people engage in jobs in

Nigeria Crypto and Twitter Bans Came at a Cost to Millions of Young Nigerians, Says Latest UN Report - BitcoinKE

Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released a new regulatory framework for the country’s crypto sector, signalling…

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed some guidelines that will allow capital market operators and investors to digitize

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The same restrictions, as well as the banning of Twitter, have also adversely affected young Nigerians who were earning via crypto trading.The same restrictions, as well as the banning of Twitter, have also adversely affected young Nigerians who were earning via crypto trading.

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it is proposing some guidelines that will enable operators and investors in the capital market toThe Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it is proposing some guidelines that will enable operators and investors in the capital market to digitise all their operations. The management of SEC in a statement in Abuja on Monday said that the guidelines is contained in the Minimum Operating Standards for Information Technology for Capital Market Operators (CMOs).

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The new regulations could mark a major breakthrough in not only delivering much-needed clarity and protection for crypto...The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday released a new regulation for the cryptocurrency market in Nigeria. While it is the first of its

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The SEC of Nigeria has announced rules relating to the issuance, exchange, and custody of digital assets in Nigeria.With many individuals and institutions losing faith in cryptocurrencies of late, looks like one country stands unaffected. Despite the unimpressive few days of the cryptocurrency market, Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced rules relating to the issuance, exchange, and custody of digital assets in the country. With Nigeria already being one of the […]

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Nigeria's foreign direct investment (FDI) was crippled by the ban on Twitter and cryptocurrency according to a new report, ‘Africa’s Urbanisation Dynamics |Nigeria’s foreign direct investment (FDI) was crippled by the ban on Twitter and cryptocurrency according to a new report, ‘Africa’s Urbanisation Dynamics 2022: The Economic Power of Africa’s Cities’. It was gathered that the livelihood of youths, numbering millions, was significantly impacted by the arbitrary government policies, thereby, denying the country tax revenue from the […]

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In a bid to fully digitalise operations of the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission is proposing some guidelines that willIn a bid to fully digitalise operations of the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission is proposing some guidelines that will

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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released new guidelines that will mandate investors in the Nigerian capital market to conduct allThe Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released new guidelines that will mandate investors in the Nigerian capital market to conduct all

SEC sets new guidelines to fully digitalise Nigerian capital market operations

In a bid to fully digitalise operations of the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is proposing some guidelines that will enable investors in the capital market to do virtually everything on their internet-enabled appliances at their convenience. These are contained in a guideline on Minimum Operating Standards for Information Technology for […] In a bid to fully digitalise operations of the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is proposing some guidelines that will enable investors in the capital market to do virtually everything on their internet-enabled appliances at their convenience. These are contained in a guideline on Minimum Operating Standards for Information Technology for […]

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Digital By Ginika Okoye The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it is proposing some guidelines to enable operators and investors in the capital…Digital By Ginika Okoye The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it is proposing some guidelines to enable operators and investors in the capital market to digitise all their operations.

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Nigeria's Securities Exchange Commission has issued new rules that apply to all crypto product and service providers in the country. The latest development could legitimize and boost the adoption of digital assets in the West African country.Nigeria's Securities Exchange Commission has issued new rules that apply to all crypto product and service providers in the country. The latest development could legitimize and boost the adoption of digital assets in the West African country.

Nigeria Issues Crypto Asset Rules In A Move That Could Boost Adoption

Nigeria's market regulators published a set of regulations for digital assets, signalling the country is trying to find a middle ground between an outright ban on crypto-assets and their unregulated use. Nigeria's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published the "New Rules on Issuance, Offeri

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