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enaira.com Website for CBN e naira investment

Cbn enaira platform www.enaira.com is now live and accessible to Nigerians all over the world. Any Nigerian can use the e naira wallet to spend, send, and receive eNaira.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) created and regulates the eNaira, which is a digital equivalent of cash. eNaira Wallet is the official wallet for the Central Bank of Nigeria’s new digital currency, the eNaira. It may be downloaded for free from the official website. The eNaira Wallet is a free service that allows you to transfer, receive, and spend eNaira without incurring any fees. Consider eNaira to be your Naira, but in a digital format that is borderless and offers more options.

Exactly one week before the planned launch of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) digital currency, the eNaira, the official website for the impending digital money, the eNaira, has been launched. Incredibly, less than 24 hours after the website went live, it had received more than one million visits. Interest in the proposed digital currency has risen significantly, as seen by this development in the market.

eNaira users will benefit from the website’s simplified financial transactions. Users will be able to send money to one another using a linked bank account or credit card; customers will have the ability to transfer money from their bank account to their eNaira wallet with ease; customers will be able to monitor their eNaira wallet, check balances, and view transaction history; and customers will be able to make in-store payments using their eNaira wallet by scanning QR codes. In addition, users can get started by scanning the QR Code located on the website’s home page.

Mr. Godwin Emefiele, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, recently told a gathering of foreign investors in New York that, due to the activities surrounding the country’s Independence Day celebrations on October 1, the earlier planned launch of the eNaira on the same date would most likely be rescheduled to October 4, 2021. Emefiele stated that the central bank did not want the event to detract from the celebrations marking the country’s independence day. He went on to say that Nigeria will be the first country in Africa to create a digital currency, which is a first for the continent. Because it will facilitate commerce, and because Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa, it will set the tone for the rest of Africa, signaling that we are ready to lead, and that we would actually take the lead in trade, and that we would make certain that this happened.

Emefiele went on to say that all central bankers in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) are already working on certain collaboration to integrate trade, payments, and banking systems in such a way that they may set an example for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

How to Get eNaira.

Follow the steps below to start trading on and with enaira.

  1. Join your bank’s waitlist.
    Once the eNaira wallet goes live, an invitation code will be sent to you via sms.
  2. Download eNaira wallet on your app store.
    Create an account and use invitation code to sign up.
  3. Authenticate yourself.
    Enter BVN, date of birth, email and password as it appears in your bank details.
  4. You are all set!
    Fund your wallet via your bank app and start receiving, sending, and managing your eNaira.


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