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Nathaniel Luz: Thank you for all that you have done for the Dash community, and for bringing Dash to Nigeria. Have you thought about contacting Nairaex , maybe forming a partnership with them, and encouraging them to add Dash?

Hello Nathaniel, and hello felllow Dash community members:

Nairaex is a large Bitcoin exchange in Nigeria:

Nathaniel, have you ever thought of contacting Nairaex, perhaps forming a partnership with them, and encouraging them to offer Dash? (in parallel with Bitfxt. I'm not sure if nairaex and bitfxt are directly competitors, but maybe it would be good for both if Nairex added Dash?)

I would actually love to help with this, but I only come to Nigeria on occasion, so it would actually be much harder for me to talk to Nairaex than someone with "boots on the ground".

Fellow Dash community members, if you have never visited Nigeria, it is an amazing country. The people are incredibly friendly, the food is amazing, and the cost of living is much lower than many other countries.

I have visited several times, the most recent being about a month ago, and the rate of development is breathtaking. On a visit to Nigeria last year, I visited the Hard Rock cafe in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria:

I have visited several malls in Nigeria, went grocery shopping, got my haircut, and here are some of my observations:

The bad (IMO):

  • electricity is not reliable: it goes out several times per day.
  • there is poverty, both at an individual and institutional level, and the associated ills: some bad roads, some poor services, poor tap water quality etc.

The good (IMO):

  • Nigeria is a massively consuming nation: cars, food, consumer electronics (e.g. tvs smartphones, laptops etc.). Toyota seems to be the dominant car manufacturer: I would say that 7 out of 10 cars that I saw on the road were Toyota.
  • You can hire a driver to drive you around all day for relatively small amounts of money, making Nigeria a pretty good tourist destination as long as you (and/or your guide) know who and where to avoid.
  • A lot of Nigerians tend to be perfectionists, valuing quality over speed. I HAVE NEVER RECEIVED A HAIRCUT LIKE THE ONE I RECEIVED IN NIGERIA. It was in a Shoprite shopping mall. They took almost an hour cutting my hair. Once the cut was done, the barber took a razor blade, and carefully lined everything up. Black barbers in the United States are amazing, but even there, I have never had a barber pay as much attention-to-detail as the Nigerian barber did.

This is why I so commend Nathaniel. I have never met him (I wish that I could have when I went last month). He is brilliant, and I saw many people like him during my visits: smart, hardworking, dedicated, humble, kind etc. In other words, the Nigerian culture has a lot of balance: hard work is important, but so is respecting your elders, and caring about your family members. Everything is not about efficiency and maximizing the use of time. It is okay to sometimes take things slowly to get them right the first time.

It would be very good for Dash to gain a foothold in Nigeria. When leaving Nigeria via Murtala Muhammed INTL. Airport in Lagos last month, I noticed a lot more foreigners than on any of my previous trips, of very diverse descents: African-American, European, Asian, Indian etc. Perhaps more importantly, the age ranges were also very diverse. I saw large groups of people who appeared to be in their early twenties, and others in their 30s/40s who probably work for foreign companies who have operations in Nigeria. I could see a future where a lot of foreigners come to Nigeria and spend A LOT of money there. A decentralized form of payment like Dash would be EXTREMELY helpful.

There are too many ongoing Nigerian projects for me to name them all, but here are some significant ones:

Eko Atlantic:

There is also a free trade zone being developed in the Lekki/Eleko beach area of Nigeria. A new airport will be built there as well:

Sending remittances to Nigeria cost just 1% with Dash

Lagos, January 17, 2020.

Dash, the top digital currency for international payments and remittances, today announced a partnership with BITFXT Exchange, a top Nigerian exchange to offer Dash remittances to Nigeria at just 1%.

High cost of transaction and delays from traditional money transmitters have been a thorn in the flesh of users for years. A PwC report estimates that in 2018, migrant remittances to Nigeria equaled US$25 billion, representing 6.1% of GDP. This also represents 14% year-on-year growth from the $22 billion receipt in 2017. It's notable that diaspora remittances to Nigeria exceeded oil earnings in 2018.

Remittance via dash will see the recipient receive dash and convert to naira at a fee of 1% for volumes of $200 and above, & 2% for volumes less than $200. Senders can get dash at coinbase, uphold, or Dash atms.

According to Nathaniel Luz, Lead of Dash Nigeria, this reiterates the commitment of Dash to be an everyday digital cash, people could use, especially in the areas of remittance and international payments. Dash is necessary for developing economies like Nigeria, as existing financial infrastructures come at a high fee to users.

Research shows that people spend as high as 30% when sending remittance to Nigeria via giftcards on Paxful.

BITFXT CEO, Franklin Odoemenam, believes that this is in line with the vision of BITFXT, to be the leading crypto infrastructure company in Africa, connecting Africa to the world. There's no other way to grow adoption than the daily use of crypto and that is what this partnership does, opening up thousands of new people to crypto for a better money remitting experience.


About Dash Dash is digital cash, allowing millions of individuals, as well as thousands of merchants and businesses across the globe to carry out blazingly fast, secure transactions for less than a cent. A top ranked cryptocurrency, with a market cap of over $1.14 billion USD, and the rising alternative to bitcoin, Dash is accepted at thousands of merchants globally, accessible via 700+ ATMS and 90+ exchanges worldwide, making it one of the few, offering safe, decentralized solutions. For more information, visit or follow the organization on Twitter @DashPay.

About BITFXT Exchange BITFXT Exchange is a top, African, hybrid, Cryptocurrency Exchange. The exchange has been the top choice in Nigeria, due to its ever increasing innovation and the ability of the exchange to always meet international standards.

With an array of Cryptocurrencies to trade from, an easy to use interface, and a currency swap which enables non traders and those who wish not to undergo the rigour of trading, to trade with ease, this even makes the exchange a force to reckon with. The exchange also processes a large volume of transactions with ease. For more information, visit and follow on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook/LinkedIn: @bitfxt

Payments in a Dash with Ryan Taylor - The Bad Crypto Podcast

Payments in a Dash with Ryan Taylor - The Bad Crypto Podcast

Dash Awarded Top Rating By Crypto Rating Council Above Ethereum and Zcash

Dash Awarded Top Rating By Crypto Rating Council Above Ethereum and Zcash

Paying with Dash Text at Burger King (With the Cryptobuyer-DashText Integration)

Paying with Dash Text at Burger King (With the Cryptobuyer-DashText Integration)



Name Dash
Symbol DASH
Rank #15
Dash price $114.32
Market Cap $1,058,306,804
Trading Volume $1,598,067,382
24h Low / 24h High $110.34 / $128.47

All time high

All time high $1,493.59
All time high date 2017-12-20 (2 years ago)
Since all time high -92.39 %


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