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Serial Entrepreneur Bright Enabulele, OduwaCoin Creator and Indigenous Cryptocurrency Innovator Brings Blockchain Solutions To The Less Fortunate


The recent launch of  Oduwacoin has generated a lot of interest and excitement amongst the people of Africa as the First Pan-African Pure Pos Cryptocurrency. This new platform is created with the population of African Descent  in mind. It is scheduled to teach them financial maturity, literacy, and assist them achieve socio-economic  independence from challenges they face everyday. Bright Enabulele the Co-Founder who is willing  to get this Oduwacoin into the hands of the people who can truly benefit from it. Blockchain technology, though new, has provided lucrative benefits to millions of people, but many people are still in the dark and do not know how profitable it is. Innovators like Bright Enabulele are paving the way to introduce these benefits to the people who are not aware of them, but could desperately use them. 

He is one of the few creators that has seen the benefits of new 21st century technology and figured out a way to give access to others in need rather than keep it to himself and profit as much as possible. Bright Enabulele was introduced to all of this technology as a software engineer whose interest in blockchain came alive in 2010. Since then, Enabulele has maintained an effort to bring countless benefits of blockchain to indigenous communities. Since Bright Enabulele is native to Africa, his immediate thought upon learning about the benefits of blockchain was how feasible it would be to introduce it to his fellow countrymen. When he got involved in blockchain, he decided to capitalize on this revolutionary technology so that he would be able to create economic opportunities and financial literacy for the communities that have been underserved and also inspire enthusiasm in them about cryptocurrency. As the co-founder of Oduwa Blockchain Solutions Enabulele has helped develop a fintech solution named Oduwacoin, this is the first step towards a solution for financial inclusion in Africa. Oduwacoin has been created so that users can quickly and efficiently transfer digital currency without having to worry about any boundaries or borders. 

With all of the advancements in the 21st century, it would seem that many African natives are being left behind and do not have access to the benefits that they could profit off of. Oduwacoin  is trying to get its users to engage in mining, crypto trading, and using exchanges from a safe and secure platform so as to be familiar with the concept. Enabulele wishes that,”Everyone with a cellphone can and should have access to a wider and global digital economy thus diminishing the restrictions caused by territorial borders”, it is this belief that has driven him to create an effective cryptocurrency that will ultimately unite everyone in the community. The goal that Bright Enabulele and his team have for Oduwacoin is to create a digital infrastructure for indigenous communities that revolutionizes the way that African natives are able trade with the rest of the world. 

As far as the details regarding the new cryptocurrency, Oduwacoin is a cryptocurrency network that helps to transfer digital cash to anyone, anywhere on the globe without any fees or restrictions. The entire Oduwa Network is super-efficient, fast, secure, and reliable along with ensuring that there is no fraud or double spending. Oduwa is a free open-source project derived from collaborative blockchain frameworks to provide a long-term Energy-Efficient SCRYPT-Based Cryptocurrency. Built on the foundation of Hybrid Blockchain POW/POS, innovations such as proof-of-stake help further advance the field of crypto-currency and boost the concept of nearly No- Cost transaction fees for all OWC users to send and receive Oduwa. Bright Enabulele has watched the rest of the world leave the citizens of Africa in the past, and wants to bring them with him to the 21st century. He works hard to get ahead, and he is simply a selfless entrepreneur who wants to take his fellow Africans ahead with him.

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