Oduwacoin Announced As First Pan-African Cryptocurrency

Oduwacoin is the first Pan-African cryptocurrency
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Oduwacoin is the first Pan-African cryptocurrency. As an alternative digital currency to paper money, Oduwacoin uses its own blockchain technology -- which is an ecosystem of all transactions by currency holders.

Oduwacoin has its own blockchain, which secures transaction records, controls the creation of more coins, and verifies the transfer of coin ownership. It eliminates human interference, counterfeiting, and double spending. Even further, Oduwacoin also protects against inflation.

After several years of hard work, founder Bright Enabulele was able to navigate many obstacles — from getting approved to dealing with people who didn’t believe in his vision, as he launched Oduwacoin in 2018.

“We’re doing this for the culture,” Enabulele said. His mission is to uplift minority and disadvantaged communities worldwide.

Today, Oduwacoin is making a global impact. Dollar Store, a large retailer in California, announced Oduwacoin as its officially accepted cryptocurrency. You can now make purchases at the retailer using Oduwacoin.

Like all cryptos, Oduwacoin increases in value as its demand increases. The more people use Oduwacoin, the more it grows in value.

Let’s support this Pan-African cryptocurrency!

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