EX-BBN Housemate, Cross is a firm believer in NFTs
A housemate of the last season of the Nigerian reality tv show, Big Brother Naija (BBN) , Cross Da boss admitted to being a huge NFT collector.
The 30-year-old ex-BBN finalist made this known at the biggest blockchain event in Africa; the Binance BCAT Africa 2022 held in Enugu. He claims he learns every day from his mistakes in the NFT space. He admitted to losing a huge chunk of money a few weeks back while trying to acquire APELAND. Cross attributed this loss to his carelessness.
He believes NFTs will change the perspective and urged listeners to unlearn certain things they were taught in school.
The Binance ambassador is confident the web3 space will produce millionaires shortly. Cross, who wasn’t aware of NFTs until he was out of the big brother’s house, took his time to learn and study what NFTs are and began stacking them. He urged the audience to get blockchain-based domain names of upcoming celebrities because selling them would rack in a lot of money.
The BCAT Africa program was attended by over 7000 enthusiastic people wanting to learn about blockchain and cryptocurrency. The BCAT team organized the program to drive exposure to blockchain and cryptocurrency among Africans and guide them to build careers in the blockchain space.
According to Tony Emeka, the founder of BCAT Africa, there are a lot of opportunities in the digital space, but many Nigerians, – Africans are unemployed, and we want to empower as many as we can, and hopefully, this will trickle down to many others within their cycle.
The event was powered by CryptoTvplus, Earnathon and sponsored by Binance, Revoland, Bundle, Xend finance, Boundless Nexus, and Lead wallet amongst others.
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