Bitpapa is the leading global peer-to-peer cryptocurrency marketplace that is now available in Nigeria! The platform allows you to convert your BTC to Naira (NGN) quickly and make withdrawals easily! For a market like Nigeria, where many people are underbanked and financial institutions are sometimes not easily accessible, P2P finance provides an opportunity for financial inclusion. Also, in comparison with the traditional currency markets that involve various intermediaries like banks, there is not much of a barrier to enter into the Bitcoin market with apps like BitPapa.
When it comes to the Crypto economy, it’s not about using Bitcoin or Ethereum as a speculative asset, but Nigerians can also use cryptocurrency to satisfy both personal finance needs and entrepreneurial ventures as it serves as an alternative payment option for small businesses. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been popular in the African scene for a few years now and wealth creation is one of the priorities for most users. Inflation and low productivity have affected the strength of currencies like Nigeria’s naira, driving consumers to find alternative ways to secure their earnings. This is where Bitpapa comes in, Bitpapa is a global P2P marketplace where you can buy or sell cryptocurrencies.
This trade is performed between two peers, while Bitpapa guarantees the trade’s safe execution by holding the seller’s coins in an escrow account until the trade has been completed, there are also lots of other advantages like: 1) Zero commission trading, 2) Over 100 payment methods, 3) Handy and convenient Telegram bot, 4) Every trade is protected with a safe and secure wallet.
If you have been struggling to get it right in your crypto journey, BitPapa s your best guide through it all.
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