How JabbyEx is shaping crypto currency business with showbiz | @jabbyex

0

The CEO of JabbyEx a Crypto Currency trading platform, Mr. Chijioke Nwaneri has revealed that he intends to use entertainment to create strong awareness of their products and services.

Mr. Nwaneri who in few months of launching his platform has seen a tremendous success, said there is still more to be done and they tend to use partnerships with entertainment companies and brands to promote the relevance of crypto currencies in today’s economy.

Advertisements
Advertisements

“Crypto Currency trading is more like the gold mine of today and Nigerians are mostly afraid of trading because there have been some fraudulent platforms who are damaging the credibility of the business.

ALSO READ:  Photos from Dejay Saquo Star Nite Season 14

At JabbyEx we don’t provide only a credible trading platform, we offer our clients peace of mind and make them the best trading window”, he said.

Advertisements

JabbyEx has so far supported several entertainment events in the Eastern Part of Nigeria especially and Mr. Nwaneri insists there is so much for entertainers in the crypto currency business.

“It is easy especially when you have a trusted platform like ours. You don’t spend much time on it and you can cash in anytime you wish”, he said.

ALSO READ:  Rapper Mo’Brek drops ‘Assurance’ cover after signing for Dubai based Fillian Records

He then stated that the credibility and efficiency of the platform is in the quality of the service they render and on the official website of the company www.jabbyex.com, it reads “We help you convert your Cash to E-currency and also help you convert your E-currency to Cash. We provide convenience for our clients in all areas of e-business. Our clients include, but are not limited to, online forex brokers and traders, internet merchants, exchangers, organisations and individuals involved in online financial transactions”

Advertisements
ALSO READ:  Jennik: My quality will take me to stardom

Share with your friends
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •