4th cyberchain conference holds in Oct. in Abuja

According to Ozinegbe, Cyberchain converges some of the best minds in the tech space annually and connects them with enthusiasts that are eager for the knowledge shared by these experts.

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The fourth National Cyberchain Conference and National Tour for the year 2022 is scheduled to hold in Abuja.

This was made known on Sunday in Abuja, in a statement signed by Mr Jude Ozinegbe, a Digital Transformation and Blockchain Consultant, an organiser and Founder of Cyberchain.

The conference with the theme: “Embracing The Metaverse Economy” is scheduled to hold this month.

According to Ozinegbe, Cyberchain converges some of the best minds in the tech space annually and connects them with enthusiasts that are eager for the knowledge shared by these experts.

Ozinegbe said: “Blockchain developers, founders and investors have also found Cyberchain events, perfect fits to engage and foster viable business relationships.

“As technology continues to foster the growth of businesses across the globe, it has become imperative for Nigeria to be positioned as a contributor to the fast growing digital economy.”

He, however, said that Cyberchain was born out of the need to ensure Nigerians get proper sensitisation about the numerous benefits of the digital economy.

“They include creating more jobs for Nigerians, ease of doing business, transparent governance, safe online presence.

“Others are placing Nigeria on the global map by creating world class projects that contribute to the nation’s GDP,” Ozinegbe said.

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He said that the national conference and tour commenced in Akure, Ondo state in March, while it was held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom held in May and July in Benin, Edo.

Ozinegbe said that the grand finale of the national tour was scheduled to hold in Lagos on Nov. 12.

He stated that industry leaders like Chris Ani of DabaTV, Tony Emeka of CryptoTV Plus, Chuta Chimezie of BNUG and  Kristian Kruz of Element USA, were expected to feature on it.

Ozinegbe said: “Winners will walk away with over N1,000,000 and other gifts for their performances at the ethical hacking competition, supervised by Digital Encode Limited.

“Speakers lined up for the conference include Mr Mohammed Jega, Founder at Domineum Blockchain, Mr Adedeji Owonibi, Founder at Convexity and A&D Forensics, as well as Mr William Phelps, Investment Manager at Adaverse and many others.

“Nollywood ace actress and business tycoon, Mimi Orjiekwe will also be making an appearance at the Lagos event and present prizes at the flagship Cybersecurity Hackathon dubbed: “Cyberthon”.T

The organisers also planned to wrap up this year’s event with the biggest Blockchain boat cruise on Nov.

“Celebrities, founders, investors and top leaders in the Blockchain space will have ample time to network, dine and wine, while enjoying the lush and ambient view of the Ikoyi/Lekki waters,” he said.

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Ozinegbe used the opportunity to thank brands like the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and National Information Technology Development Agency, among others, that have always supported Cyberchain.

Cyberchain is a decentralised, brand-neutral and people-focused ecosystem that promotes the need for ethical use of cybersecurity and blockchain technology.

More details available on (https://www.cyberchain.com.ng)