Rwandans Urged to Embrace Block Chain Technology.

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Michael Kiberu Nagenda, Chief Executive Officer BIT2BIG has called on Rwandans to embrace block chain technologies a digital transaction business model that is currently taking over the world.

He said this while addressing Journalists and other entrepreneurs at Five to Five hotels in Remera Kigali on the evening of March 27, 2019.

Kiberu said that people need to understand the chances cryptic currency technology brings to different businesses especially looking at the future of payment.

He said that the purpose of this technology is to raise awareness to bridge knowledge gap that remains a critical issue about technological currency transactions and block chain impact on businesses.

“Our first goal is really awareness, understanding of this technology which has a lot of potential”

He advises people not to fear digitalization as when the internet came no one could manage to embrace it at the beginning.

“My advice to people is not to ignore the technology especially those who are in Information Technology (IT), those who are in policy making, those who are in the businesses, they need to explore and understand the supply chain and bridge the technology gap,” he noted  

Nagenda strongly believes that it will work out in Rwanda than any other country in the East African Region.

 “Rwanda’s ground is favorable and the government of Rwanda is always supportive and values the technologies developed at each level. That’s why we are going to put more effort and investments in Rwanda,”he said  “Rwanda by nature prefers actions than words, so I strongly believe that Rwanda will perform well in these technologies than any other EastAfrican countries “he added.

About Kipya BIT2BIG

Kipya BIT2BIG is a subsidiary company under KIPYA Group Ltd and is an IT company registered and operational in Switzerland, Uganda and Rwanda, offering products and services in Digital Finance solutions based on Blockchain Technologies, Cyber Security, IT Consultancy and Training.

KIPYA successfully held the first ever C|EH training in Uganda in November last year with participants from government organizations, the private sector, and academia attending.

It also offers training in Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) training complemented by EC-Council as an intern

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