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Can I Buy Bitcoin in Nigeria?

As the world’s first and most well-known cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has taken the world by storm. With a market cap of over $200 billion, it is now the 6th largest asset by market cap.

While it is not yet as widely accepted as fiat currency, more and more businesses are beginning to accept Bitcoin as payment. This includes online retailers, brick and mortar businesses, and even some ATM machines. So, can you buy Bitcoin in Nigeria?.

The short answer is yes! There are a number of ways to purchase Bitcoin in Nigeria. The most popular method is through a Bitcoin exchange.

There are a number of exchanges that allow you to buy Bitcoin with Nigerian Naira (NGN). Some of the most popular exchanges include Luno, NairaEx, and Remitano.

NOTE: WARNING: The buying, selling, and trading of Bitcoin in Nigeria is illegal. Buying or using Bitcoin in Nigeria is considered a violation of the Nigerian law. Any person found to be in violation of this law may face criminal prosecution and/or civil liability. It is strongly advised that you do not attempt to buy, sell, or trade Bitcoin in Nigeria.

Another option for purchasing Bitcoin in Nigeria is through a peer-to-peer exchange. These platforms connect buyers and sellers directly, allowing them to trade Bitcoin without an intermediary.

LocalBitcoins is the most popular peer-to-peer exchange in Nigeria.

Finally, you can also purchase Bitcoin through an ATM. There are a limited number of Bitcoin ATM’s in Nigeria, but this number is growing.

The most popular ATM’s are located in Lagos and Abuja.

So, there you have it! You can absolutely buy Bitcoin in Nigeria. Whether you use an exchange, peer-to-peer platform, or ATM, there are plenty of options available.

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