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Investment / Re: Crypto Currency Investors Thread by BannedUser: 8:46pm On Jul 06
Elliotwaveforec:
Born2conquer, opportunity to get out!

I just added to the sell, all SL moved to 58730

What are you doing here? This is someone siding with the govt to ban crypto trading and frustrate crypto investors in Nigeria.
Aren't you shameless?

Your contributions to this thread are as good as useless!

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Investment / Re: Crypto Currency Investors Thread by BannedUser: 7:54pm On Jul 06
Elliotwaveforec:
Born2conquer, opportunity to get out!

I just added to the sell, all SL moved to 58730

You're so irritating.

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Politics / Re: Nigeria Introduces 7.5% VAT On Crypto Transactions by BannedUser: 7:36pm On Jul 06
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Romance / Re: Nigerian Woman Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Her Husband’s Side-chick In UK by BannedUser: 6:56pm On Jul 06
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Health / Re: How I Found Out My Cheating Boyfriend Infected Me With HIV - Pretty Lady (video) by BannedUser: 6:05pm On Jun 27
Deltatoto:
sexually active dey two.active with durex and active without durex.We Dey Bleep ppl when get hiv Dey go our way no level.

I pray you'll continue to Bleep very beautiful girls with HIV. You get odeshi abi?
Health / Re: How I Found Out My Cheating Boyfriend Infected Me With HIV - Pretty Lady (video) by BannedUser: 5:58pm On Jun 27
travelzcruix:
Looks like content creation
Because she's still looking fresh abi? Watching too much of skits is making you numb to the real world.

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Technology Market / Re: This Thread Is Only For Aliexpress Shopper by BannedUser: 8:58pm On May 20
I ordered Anker Soundcore Motion+ from the ANKER Official Store on AliExpress on April 19. It was shipped via Singapore Post, and the total transit duration was 31 days. For some reason, the store only ships to Nigeria with SG post . Anyways, I successfully received the shipment today at my local Post Office and paid a collection fee of just #500 with payment receipt collected. The lazy PO workers initially refused to attend to me because I did not receive a call before coming, but I insisted on collecting it today because my tracking had already confirmed the arrival at their office. They no just get any excuse. My location is outside Lagos.

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Politics / Re: Customs FX Rate For Import Duties Rises To ₦‎1,530/$ by BannedUser: 7:15am On May 19
On crypto platforms, it's around 1440. Are we still blaming crypto again?

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Business / Re: Crypto Exchanges Start Delisting Of Naira From Platforms by BannedUser: 12:51pm On May 17
PARADIZEPRIEST:
WITH BANKS YOU CAN CURTAIL THEIR EVIL,WHICH IS LESSER EVIL USING THEIR RECORDS. WITH CRYPTO IT HAS GONE VIRAL AS A DANGEROUS VIRTUAL VIRUS YOU CAN NEVER TAME B4 IT DESTROYS YOUR ECONOMY.THAT IS WHY BINANCE HEAD IN NIGERIA REFUSED ACCESS TO THEIR REVORDS. THE USA AND CHINA KNOW THIS BETTER THAN YOU MINIONS THAT ARE ALWAYS RANTING HERE angry

You are the one ranting and shouting. Why is it only Binance you like to mention. USA citizens trade crypto freely with Coinbase, Kraken, Robinhood, etc. Chinese citizens also trade crypto via Hong Kong. You cannot stop crypto trading, and that is a fact. You are just shouting without making any meaningful contribution.

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Business / Re: Crypto Exchanges Start Delisting Of Naira From Platforms by BannedUser: 12:22pm On May 17
PARADIZEPRIEST:
CRYPTO IS A MONSTER TO ANY COUNTRY THAT DOESN'T HAVE THE HITECH TO REGULATE THE MENACE THERE. EVEN THE HITECH COUNTRIES LIKE USA AND CHINA CHASED AWAY AND BANNED BINANCE FOR OBVIOUS FEARS OF DESTROYING THEIR ECONONIES WITH FLOW OF ILLICIT FUNDS TO BUY CRYPTOS,DRUG MONIES,SCAMM DEALS,FRAUD RACKETEERS ,THIS DESTROYS ECONOMIESangry
Has anybody told you that writing in block letters on social media is the written equivalent of shouting, which irritating and rude. The problem is not Binance. Simply allowing banks and fintechs to provide services to all crypto exchanges will prevent all this drama. This is what all other countries that have some form of crypto regulation are doing. Crypto regulation does not require advanced technology. Banning interaction with banks encourages P2P trading which fosters fraud, crime and money laundering.

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Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 11:38am On May 17
ttime:


It's not difficult to ask Google my friend. This was in 2022

LOL! What does your screenshot tell you? Does it say that Russia has a nuclear weapon in space? It specifically said that "The satellite that was launched doesn't carry a nuclear weapon". Hope you can read and comprehend?

This is 2024: https://edition.cnn.com/2024/02/16/politics/russia-nuclear-space-weapon-intelligence/index.html

Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 12:07pm On May 16
ttime:


D question is are u aware. Clearly you're not.

Guy, you have access to the internet and you are still making these false claims. Where exactly did you read that Russia has a nuclear weapon in space. I almost feel stupid for answering you.
Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 10:50pm On May 10
ttime:


Are u aware Russia already has a nuclear weapon equivalent of an EMP in space that can fry all electronic gadgets within specific regions. If they can target d constellation of space x satellites in orbit, what are ur decentralized servers going to do to stop them?
U think decentralized is immune to all attacks, nothing built by man is immune to attack in a warfare scenario.
You just made several untrue and false assertions. I don't have the time to lecture you. You still have a long way to go. LoL.
Business / Re: Binance: Nigeria Setting Dangerous Precedent For Firms By Detaining Executives by BannedUser: 2:40pm On May 07
We have been saying this all along
Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 11:21am On May 07
ttime:


One emp strike that wipes away all d servers, one one crafty virus that corrupts all d servers and ur digital assets will vaporize poof

Go and do your research. Bitcoin is actually resistant to those things because of its decentralized nature. The only thing that gets wiped away is the record of your money in the bank. Dey play grin

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Business / Re: Just In: FG To Delist Naira From P2p Platforms by BannedUser: 12:07am On May 07
Elliotwaveforec:

The Federal Government has announced plans to delist the naira from all peer-to-peer (P2P) platforms.

The Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Emomotimi Agama, made this disclosure in a virtual meeting with blockchain stakeholders on Monday.

This decision aims to tackle the manipulation of the local currency’s value in the foreign exchange market.




https://www.google.com/amp/s/punchng.com/just-in-fg-to-delist-naira-from-p2p-platforms/%3famp

Funny news. Is it possible to delist NGN/USDT trading on Telegram and WhatsApp groups?

You can't stop what you don't see and can't control what you don't understand. tongue
Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 11:48pm On May 06
Babalegba:
Bitcoin is the biggest ponzi scheme the world has ever seen. There is no product or service being rendered but huge amount of electricity is consumed to make the Bitcoin.No value whatsoever is added to the human experience

Naira, USD and other fiat currencies have infinite supply and will continue to lose value forever and ever. They are actually backed by nothing but trust in the government that issues the fiat currency. Bitcoin is limited in supply unlike fiat. It is secure, decentralized, unhackable and cannot be easily confiscated. A thousand years from now when everyone currently alive (and even countries) are no more, bitcoin will continue to exist.

BTW BTC does not care about what you or I think about it.

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Investment / Re: FX Crisis: Nigerian Govt To Delist Naira From Peer-to-peer Platforms by BannedUser: 11:26pm On May 06
Elliotwaveforec:
Una never see anything! All these lazy youths depending on P2P for survival. The idiots would buy USDT and keep it for resell or pump USDTNGN through their cartel and cash out.

Economy destroyers (P2P merchants) must be destroyed before they achieve their aim.

If you want to speculate, don't speculate against your own currency! There are hundreds of assets to speculate with. No, they wouldn't, because they aren't ready to pass through the pains of trading financial instruments.

What a lazy generation we have these days! They're both physically and mentally lazy; they don't want to work hard too achieve success.

Olodo! If you are now asked to explain how P2P trading has contributed to the collapse of the naira, you will start chewing the end of your pencil. Brain-dead assertion!

The economy has collapsed and you're busy looking for scapegoats.

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Business / Re: FG To Delist Naira From All P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 11:15pm On May 06
There's always a way. Lol
Business / Re: Naira To Be Delisted From Crypto P2P Platforms by BannedUser: 11:09pm On May 06
clearcrystal:


It's ponzi, the smart ones are taking advantage of the other and cashing out big time.
Nigerian youth don't want to work, they just want to get rich through the thin air.

You must be kidding if you think you can be lazy and make money in crypto. I've made millions in crypto trading but I had to sweat for two years before I started becoming profitable.

You keep on saying it's ponzi the same way people have been calling bitcoin since it was less than $1 in 2009. But today, Blackrock, the world's largest asset manager, with $10 trillion in assets is now offering bitcoin to its clients.

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Business / Re: Binance Founder Sent To Jail As Nigeria Awaits Extradition Of Africa Manager by BannedUser: 8:12am On May 04
Old news
Business / Re: OPay Warns Customers Against Cryptocurrency And Virtual Currency Trading by BannedUser: 8:14pm On May 03
OkayDaddy:


You are the one who is an illiterate and ignorant about the law.

The CBN enabling Act empowers the CBN to determine the legal tender. Since the CBN has said crypto is illegal, let them catch you trading it. You will suffer more than Nnamdi Kanu.

CBN can not ban crypto trading . It is impossible. We have entered a dispensation where you don't even need a bank account to hold money. BTC, USDT, ETH, USDC, etc... is bigger than the Nigerian govt.

Go and ask China. They tried to ban it but they couldn't.

Even Singaporean banks now trade crypto

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Business / Binance Exec's Wife Denies Report Of Extradition To Nigeria by BannedUser: 12:44pm On Apr 23

The wife of Nadeem Anjarwalla, an executive at Binance who was caught in the crypto exchange's scuffle with Nigeria, has denied reports of his arrest in Kenya and subsequent extradition back to Nigeria.
Nigerian authorities have found Anjarwalla in Kenya and are working with Kenyan authorities to bring the executive back to the country, Nigeria’s Daily Post reported last week, citing government sources. Nigerian newspaper The Punch reported on Monday, citing unnamed government sources, that Anjarwalla could be returned to Nigeria within the week via the international criminal police organization (INTERPOL).
However, a spokesperson for Anjarwalla's wife has dismissed the Punch report of his arrest as false.
CoinDesk has reached out to INTERPOL, Kenya’s foreign ministry and Nigeria’s police force for comment.

Anjarwalla was detained alongside another Binance executive, Tigran Gambaryan, in February, as Nigerian authorities accused the crypto exchange of manipulating the local exchange rate, tax evasion and money laundering.
Anjarwalla, a British-Kenyan dual national, reportedly fled the country in March using a concealed Kenyan passport. Gambaryan, still in Nigeria, pleaded not guilty to money laundering charges during an April court appearance.

UPDATE (April 22, 13:10 UTC): Updates headline and story with the statement from a spokesperson for Anjarwalla's wife.

Edited by Parikshit Mishra.

https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2024/04/22/binance-exec-who-escaped-from-nigeria-has-been-found-in-kenya-faces-extradition-reports/
Business / Re: JP Morgan: Bitcoin Is A Ponzy Scheme And Fraud by BannedUser: 9:57pm On Apr 21
ednut1:
Although i have bought crypto in the past and made some money . I agree with him. Crypto is not solving any real life problem

This is why Bitcoin will continue to increase in value. It does not even care about what you think about it.

Celebrities / Re: Korra Obidi Slept With Her Friend's Fiance While 5 Months Pregnant- Justin Dean by BannedUser: 8:37am On Apr 18
An average naija guy knows this. The innocent guy got duped.

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TV/Movies / Re: All I Want Is My BTC Worth N90M & The Trip To Dubai– Phyna To Bbnaija Organizers by BannedUser: 8:14pm On Apr 09
She will get the value of 1 btc at the time of the agreement, not the current price. Ole!
Politics / Re: A Governor Practicing Sharia Stole Public Funds, Bought Hotel In Lagos - Sanusi by BannedUser: 10:40am On Apr 09
Namaster:
No surprises there.

Everybody knows that Shariah Law is a farce that is meant to subdue the poor. We all saw the wife of a Saudi Prince or something in a tight minigown. A poor woman in the same dress would be stoned to death.

The system works so well because the poor would even police themselves.

This is the picture grin

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Business / Re: Binance: Whistleblowers Cry Out Over Threat To Life, Seek Fg’s Protection by BannedUser: 10:04pm On Apr 04
Eriggs:

Shame on all enemies of Nigeria, they will never die well

You are an empty-headed zombie. See this jobless brain-dead idiot quoting me from another thread.... lolz.
Politics / Re: EFCC Produces Binance Executive In Court For Arraignment by BannedUser: 1:35pm On Apr 04
Celepope:
I have lost over 100k dollars on Contract trading from January to March this year. I will never go near anything crypto again. undecided

crypto is not for weak people like you. 99% of people lose money to crypto trading. The remaining successful 1% are the strong and determined investors. I've made $3k already in Q1. Dey play grin grin grin
Business / Re: Naira Appreciates To ₦‎1,280/$ At Parallel Market by BannedUser: 7:01am On Mar 30
Good one

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