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‘We Expect Minor Challenges’ – CBN Says ENaira Is Secure And Dependable

The apex bank, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has promised Nigerians that its newly launched digital currency, eNaira is secure and dependable despite challenges.

This vow was made on Thursday by the spokesperson of the apex bank, Osita Nwanisobi while speaking at the ongoing CBN-Fair in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state capital.

Recall that eNaira speed wallet app was restored 24 hours after it was removed from the Google Play store for technical glitches.

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Nwanisobi had disclosed that the removal was to help the apex bank upgrade the app’s functionalities.

Speaking at the CBN-Fair, Nwanisobi said that the security and dependability of the e-Naira stem from the fact that it uses cryptographic technologies encrypted with two factors for authentication.

He said the apex bank had observed that the new digital currency project might pose some challenges to Nigerians in the short term because it works with bank verification numbers (BVNs).

“The issue of security and dependability of the e-Naira platform is guaranteed. It is guaranteed because the technology uses cryptographic encrypted two factors of authentication. And so, the issue of whether the platform is secured is taken, as it is secured,” Nwanisobi said.

“The e-Naira project is a journey; we expect that there are going to be minor challenges in the short-term, and I can tell you where some of these things are coming from.

“The e-Naira platform works with BVN, and if I ask some people if they have email addresses, they would tell me they do not have.”

Nwanisobi further warned Nigerians to avoid unregulated financial schemes propagated by fake Ponzi operators, saying this had robbed them of their hard-earned money.

According to him, there is no way a genuine investment can offer 10 percent monthly returns and 120 percent per annum.

“You take that to be real? Where is he going to make the money from? What kind of business is the person doing? Is the person regulated?” he asked.


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