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Babybitcoin woos Nigerians with organic price pump

Babybitcoin woos Nigerians with organic price pump

As the world angles towards cryptocurrency as a tender for digital transactions, more Nigerians are beginning to key into the crypto trade. Statistics place Nigerians as one of the highest holders of cryptocurrencies in the world, making it a destination for the new face of online trading.

In line with this, Babybitcoin (BITC) has stepped up its activities in Nigeria. According to Ola Olaniwun, one of the founders of Babybitcoin, the main sponsor of TeamHARD, a British Touring Championship Car, Babybitcoin is immune to the volatility of the digital currency trade as it offers Nigerians an opportunity to grow their income passively while taking advantage of new trends.

Explaining the workings of BITC, Olaniwun stated that the token aims to help generate a capital increase for its holders as, according to him, every bit of profit buys back BabyBITC, creating an organic price pump.

“BITC holders are in for a rare kind of threat in the cryptocurrency world as our system offers them a win-win scenario, thereby protecting them from any form of volatility. Presently, we are the first cryptocurrency in the UK to sponsor a British Touring Championship Car, TeamHARD, which is the UK equivalent of America NASCAR,” he said.

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He further added that as proof of authenticity, the Baby Bitcoin token has been accepted for purchase and trading on PancakeSwap, one of the world’s leading decentralized token trading exchanges deployed on Binance Smart Chain.

“We have also gone a step further to develop our own trading ecosystem, an online store where goods and services can be traded and paid for in BITC as well all major payment cards including PayPal even as we deliver across the world. The aim is Babybitcoin BITC, a household name. That way, token holders are also assured of a downstream profit from the transactions on the platform creating an added income stream,” he added.

As well, Steve Richards, co-founder of, BabyBitcoin noted that the cryptocurrency aims to provide, through a transaction tax system, continuous benefits for the project holders.

BITC’s entry into the Nigerian space is being handled by Godmcee Media, a media marketing company with high-end clientele including DJ Cuppy and a host of others.