Bitnob, one of Nigeria's leading cryptocurrency savings and investment, companies is hosting weekly webinars to train users on how to invest in cryptocurrencies.
With YoY inflation currently at 18.71%, Nigerians are increasingly on the lookout for ways to preserve the value of their savings and investments. Bitnob offers cryptocurrency investments that allow people to create and grow their wealth with minimum effort.
Date: Every Friday
The webinars teach users basic investment techniques, and how to use other benefits of the Bitnob application including NobCredit — instant crypto-backed loans offered by the company.
People who haven't gotten the Bitnob application are also welcome to attend the weekly seminars.
The webinars are hosted by Adeolu Akinyemi, cofounder at Bitnob and experienced cryptocurrency investor. Adeolu is an entreprenuer with 15+ years of experience and a seasoned cryptocurrency investor.
Over his career, Adeolu has committed himself to helping people achieve financial independence by teaching them how to earn passive income. He is also a renowned author and speaker.
One of the central investment techniques is dollar cost averaging, an investment strategy used to reduce the impact of volatility when purchasing volatile financial assets like stocks and cryptocurrencies.
On investing in cryptocurrency, Adeolu Akinyemi said "Cryptocurrency is still in an early adoption stage. We need to keep reminding people that it is not too late to get into the crypto market. The best time to get in is now."
"Dollar-cost-averaging protects you from the volatility of the market and can help you grow your investments significantly over time. It is a technique I have used over the years with significant results. Dollar-cost-averaging has shown to have great yield over time with cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin " He added.
Bitnob has a dollar-cost-averaging calculator that can be used to estimate how much could have been earned over time through the technique. One dollar, invested every day since the beginning of the year would have yielded an 18% increase.
Interested applicants can sign up for the webinars using the link above.