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Neighborhood in Lagos

3 Expensive Neighborhood You Need To Know About In Lagos

🏠 AFTER BANANA ISLAND AND IKOYI, DO YOU KNOW THE MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN LAGOS? The Lagos State Government has signed $629million in financing with the China Development Bank of the Lekki Sea Port. It will have two 680-meter container docks. Tolaram Group, manufacturers on Indomie noodles is investing $1.1Bn to build the biggest and busiest...

Cities Searching for Bitcoin

Lagos Tops Cities Googling ‘Bitcoin’ as Interest Hits 17-Month High

Data from Google Trends’ search analytics resource reveals that internet googling of ‘bitcoin’ (BTC) is now at a 17-month high, according to the most recently updated data for June 29. Internet searches for ‘bitcoin’ worldwide. 1 July 2017-29 June 2019. Source: Google Trends Amid the coin’s current bull momentum, public interest has ratcheted up to levels...

Lagos the 5th most expensive city in Africa

Lagos is fourth most expensive city in Africa, says recent survey

Mercer, a firm that produces individual cost of living and rental accommodation cost reports for cities, has ranked Lagos as the fourth most expensive city in Africa among those surveyed. Although in comparison with other cities in the world, Lagos, Nigeria’s economic hub continues to remain attractive for foreign investments despite being one of the...

Hydro Pay To solve payment problem in Lagos, Nigeria

FinTech: Hydro Pay to Solve High Cost of Payments in Nigeria

The clamour for cashless policy in Nigeria has increased the use of e-payment platforms, this policy has led banks to introduce a number of policies with the aim of decongesting banking halls and ensuring utilization of e-payment platforms. With the growing population of the country, many Nigerians prefer patronizing mobile money agents in street corners...

African Fintech Summit Lagos

Africa Fintech Summit (Lagos)

The Africa Fintech Summit (AFTS) is a global initiative founded on the idea that fintech can unleash unprecedented economic firepower in Africa but that more collaboration between ecosystem stakeholders is needed. In pursuit of that mission, the AFTS is space where policies are debated, investments mobilized, and collaborations formed across sectors and geographies. The first...