With the evolution of the e-Naira wallets, the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has said there is a need for synergy between the Federal and State Inland Revenue Services
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), payment service providers (PSPs) and other players in financial technology (fintech) met in Lagos, yesterday, to explore options for expanding the adoption of e-Naira.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has sensitised members on the fundamentals of adopting the e-Naira for transactions. The institute said the move was to keep members abreast with the recent development ..
Beyond the pomp and pageantry that heralded the launch of the e-naira, emerging facts seem to suggest that the task before promoters of the initiative appears quite huge.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has expressed readiness to begin collection of import duty with the e-naira that was recently introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
The Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN), has said that it will not rest on its oars at ensuring inclusive economic growth and sustainable development through the introduction of the-naira
Ahead of the October rollout, the Committee of e-business Industry Heads (CeBIH) has lauded the e-naira initiative, urging Nigerians to adopt it as it will facilitate faster and cheaper transactions
In a previous article, I had argued that the proposed digital currency named e-Naira by the Federal government of Nigeria through the Central Bank of Nigeria is not cryptocurrency
Last week’s historic adoption of ‘bitcoin’ by El Salvador as a legal tender presents a new analytical trend on the entire concept of money.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has engaged a Barbados-based digital financial technology firm, Bitt Inc, as technical partner for its e-Naira project due for unveiling before the end of the year.