One of the promising crypto currency advocate and influencer in Nigeria Daniel Irabor a knowledgeable and passionate entrepreneur and Blockchain/Cryptocurrency advocate, who has been in the field or ecosystem for close to a decade has decided to call it quit with one of the biggest crpto currency platform in the world Okex,
Daniel who is a dogged young Nigerian began his journey into cryptocurrency in 2016 while still in the higher institution and spent a year researching thoroughly about it before delving into it in 2017 after being convinced of its potentials.
However after completing his thorough research on the merits and demerits of the ecosystem, He joined steemit.com in 2017 where he was one of the leading African community content curators and creators having curated thousands of dollars worth of work and made tens of thousands of dollars with content creation on the blockchain based platform.
It would be recalled that Daniel, as a young man, organized the first edition of one of Nigeria’s first and biggest annual Blockchain/Cryptocurrency conferences (SteemIT in Nigeria) in 2017, in Ile-Ife, Osun state Nigeria, which was a success and was widely pronounced by the young and old in the cryptocurrency world and by extension the ecosystem
Aside, he also had two other subsequent editions of the event in 2018 and 2019 (Federal Capital Territory and Akwa-Ibom state respectively), while boasting of attendance across different continents and people from different walks of life, even extending to the government.
In 2018, he was hired by Dlike.io, a dApp platform where short content (like tweets, images etc) are created and rewarded where he served in managerial capacity.
He joined the Bitfxt brand in 2019, where he initially served as an Executive Strategic Director and Brand Manager before he was promoted, due to his efficiency, to the role of a Chief Marketing Officer for Boundless pay, a product of BitFXT shortly before he resigned.
Daniel thereafter, joined OKEx Nigeria as a Business Development Officer and was quickly promoted to the position of a Business Development Manager due to his performance, a company he worked with until he finally resigned after working at the Abuja branch for a year. In his remarks, Daniel said he resigned for personal reasons after satisfying himself and doing a lot of breakthrough and helping the company win and achieve a lot.
He however said it high time he left or resigned his appointment with Okex, to get a bigger challenge after successfully showcasing his dexterity at the exchange. Daniel thereafter wish the entire Okex Nigeria and by extension the entire Okex global a better achievement and more fufilments.