It is not surprising that cryptocurrency is still booming despite the banking system, Nigeria is one of the leading countries dealing in cryptocurrency and it has continued to receive rallying support from people due to the thriving tech ecosystem and the unstable currency.
Some platforms make the exchange of cryptocurrency seamless and their interface easy to use. This article highlights some verified and reliable exchange platforms in Nigeria in no particular order;
Patricia creates solutions to financial infrastructure, digital payments, and global E-commerce. You can safely buy or sell Giftcards and Bitcoins of any value, store them in a BTC or Local Currency Wallet. You also have access to buy airtime, data and cable subscriptions.
It is an African-focused cryptocurrency exchange platform that helps buy, sell and store cryptocurrencies. Their long-term goal is to power the next generation of remittances.
With over 5 million downloads on the play store, Luno was founded in 2013 and provides a safe and secure platform to buy Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies and help streamline the process of trading on the platform. The interface also makes it easy for newcomers to understand how to trade.
BuyCoins enables users to trade cryptocurrency instantly without wasting time. Their goal is to provide a platform that serves users’ needs when trading to do so conveniently and avoid the stress of looking for traders to buy from or sell to.
Bundle Africa is a social payments app for cash and crypto currency which makes payment easy. It was founded by Yele Bademosi, a former Director at Binance Labs. The platform was built to provide seamless financial services online and having the option to pay or make transactions with cryptocurrency.
Binance is one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world with over 100 coins actively trading on the platform. It introduced a Naira wallet in 2020 to enable Nigerians to buy Bitcoin with Naira directly while making deposits and withdrawals instant and seamless.