The Cassava Network, a leading blockchain infrastructure network in Africa, hosted a major event at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) last week, which focused on the company’s role in the development of blockchain and Web3 technology in Africa. The event was attended by numerous UNILAG students and management, who eagerly learned about the Cassava Network’s rewards platform, as well as the company’s efforts to drive Web3 growth on the continent through its CB coins and OATs rewards models.
Head of Marketing for the Cassava Network, Harrison Obiefule, was on hand to explain the company’s vision and its contributions to the African blockchain and Web3 space. Attendees were also treated to Cassava merchandise and cash rewards, coordinated by the company’s community manager, Sarah Idahosa.
The event was attended by several distinguished guests, including Professor Folasade Ogunsola, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, and Dr. Tunde Lemo, a certified banker and former governor of operations and director of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Dr. Lemo is currently the chairman of Titan Bank and Flutterwave, and served as the keynote speaker for the event.
The Cassava Network is already gaining significant traction in the blockchain and Web3 space, thanks to its world-class team of professionals who are developing several disruptive DeFi and NFT solutions in Africa. The company empowers developers, engages advertisers, and pays users for their attention, transforming any online application into a crypto-enabled app capable of rewarding users for their attention and more.
The event highlighted the growing interest in blockchain and Web3 development in Africa, as numerous startups are emerging with innovative projects to create jobs and improve living standards in African communities. With its commitment to blockchain infrastructure and rewards-based solutions, the Cassava Network is well-positioned to lead the charge in this exciting space. Sign up for the Cassava app today to start earning rewards.
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Francis Chinedu is a Nigerian-born digital marketing specialist, a bitcoin and blockchain enthusiast, and a YouTuber who enjoys covering events that empower young Africans, especially in technology.