There was cause for joy at the Optimal Children’s Home Lagos Nigeria as pioneer Nigerian users of Qubittech, a cryptocurrency platform, pulled resources from their Qubittech Digital Licences and operating budget to support charitable causes.
In thanksgiving, the users chose the Lagos State Government-approved orphanage as the key beneficiary of their December Giveaway. They donated $500, bags of rice and other items to the home.
The users also handed out food and refreshments to vulnerable individuals at selected locations in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city.
Country office coordinator, Emmanuel Ezinma, said of the platform and the charity initiative: “We are happy to be here and give back a little from what we have received.
“Qubittech has made earning in the extremely volatile cryptocurrency market easy and straightforward for us all.
“The long term goals of the platform, openness of management, and several company products deployed already and in development are clear indicators of the sustainability of the Qubittech ecosystem.
“We thank the Chief Executive Officer Greg Limon and the entire management for bringing this great platform our way.
“It’s our plan is to make charitable causes a key part of our operations and also inform and engage more Nigerians on the platform going forward.”
Qubittech provides users with effective ways to receive royalty payments daily from the use of quantum technologies.
The platform’s main goal is to reach a capitalisation value of 10 billion USDT and grow its user-base to over 10,000,000 by 2025.
Current users spoke about their exciting experience on the platform.
“Qubittech earnings served as a consistent buffer against the economic challenges and pandemic downtime experienced in the country,” a user said.