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Luno review (Legit or scam?)

Luno review (Legit or scam?)

Luno review Is it a legit or scam exchange? Luno is a Cryptocurrency exchange where you can buy bitcoin, Bitcoin cash and ethereum. Luno was established in 2013. In this luno review, am going to be writing about the luno exchange and everything you will need to know about (in my opinion, one of the very best exchanges to buy Bitcoin in Nigeria) it. Table of contents 1. Luno 2. Luno supported countries 3. Luno supported currencies 4. How to…

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Remitano review (Legit exchange or scam?)

Remitano review (Legit exchange or scam?)

Remitano review Remitano review Here at coinistnigeria, we have reviewed many exchanges where one can buy e-currency. Today we are going to be reviewing another exchange called remitano.   Table of contents i. Remitano ii. Remitano supported countries iii. How to sell e-currency on remitano iv. How to buy e-currency on remitano v. Remitano supported e-currencies vi. Remitano payment options vii. Remitano customer support viii. Transaction fees ix. Is it a trusted/legit exchange x. Referral program xi. Alternatives to remitano…

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The best wallet to store your Bitcoin in as a Nigerian

The best wallet to store your Bitcoin in as a Nigerian

The best wallet to store your Bitcoin in as a Nigerian The best Bitcoin wallet to use in Nigeria. A bitcoin wallet is a software program where bitcoins are stored. Bitcoin is a digital asset and as such, it does not exist in a physical form, so technically they can’t be stored. Instead, it’s the private keys used to access your public bitcoin address. A bitcoin address is similar to a bank account number. It’s a unique 26-35 digit combination…

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7 best exchanges to buy and sell bitcoin in Nigeria

7 best exchanges to buy and sell bitcoin in Nigeria

7 best exchanges to buy and sell bitcoin in Nigeria Bitcoin is the most valuable and popular cryptocurrency, it was created by software developer satoshi nakamoto in 2008, but it wasn’t until 2013 that bitcoin really started catching public attention. Today one bitcoin (1 BTC) as at the time of writing this post is about 1.5 million naira. If you want to get in on the bitcoin train, you will probably need to know how you can buy or sell…

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