By Nwafor Obinna Balor
Kaspa Ambassador, Nigeria

The recently concluded Kaspa Education Event marked a significant milestone in the world of blockchain technology. Bringing together experts, enthusiasts, and innovators, the event provided a platform to explore the latest advancements and trends in the Kaspa BlockDAG Ecosystem.

The event kicked off with an inspiring keynote address by Nwafor Obinna Balor, who emphasized the importance of scalability, interoperability, and security in modern blockchain networks. This set the tone for the discussions that followed.

Throughout the day, a series of insightful sessions were held using a tailor-made presentation provided by Rhubarbarian Kaspa’s very own Marketing, Branding, and Creative PR Manager. Attendees were treated to in-depth explorations of real-world applications of Kaspa’s unique approach to the blockchain with the BlockDAG architecture.

One of the other event highlights was the panel discussion featuring prominent figures such as Anaellechukwu(Lead, Blockchain UNN) and Micheal Arinze(Web3 Product Marketing Manager) from the blockchain and financial sector. They engaged in a lively conversation about the challenges and opportunities presented by the evolving regulatory landscape, sparking thought-provoking debates.

Attendees were particularly intrigued by the live demo showcasing Kaspa’s novel consensus mechanism, which promises enhanced security and scalability compared to traditional blockchain protocols. The interactive Q&A session that followed allowed participants to gain a deeper understanding of the technology and its practical implications.


These are the list of Universities that I would love us to launch into:

  1. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State
  2. Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State
  3. University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State
  4. Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, Abia State
  5. University of Abuja (UNIABUJA)
  6. University of Lagos (UNILAG)
  7. University of Jos (UNIJOS)
  8. University of Ibadan (UNIIBADAN)
  9. Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna
  10. AE – FUNAI (Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo

As the event came to a close, the sense of excitement and anticipation was inspiring. Attendees left with a renewed enthusiasm for the innovation and potential of the BlockDAG and a deeper appreciation for Kaspa’s cutting-edge contributions to the converging field of consensus and high-performance computing.

In retrospect, the Kaspa Blockchain event served as a catalyst for meaningful connections and a platform for sharing groundbreaking ideas. It not only showcased the advanced developments within the Kaspa ecosystem but also underscored the collaborative spirit that drives the blockchain community forward.

I wouldn’t hesitate to note the support received from Rhubarb and the Kaspa Community Marketing Fund (CMF), in its entirety fuelled the event’s success on short notice, including design support for Kaspa merchandise, a display banner, social media promotion, etc.

Number of Attendees: 45-50 persons
Wallet Downloads: Over 30 people created a wallet on
The response from the attendees was mostly enthusiastic and they were eager to join the Kaspa ecosystem.

As we look to the future, it’s clear that Kaspa’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of blockchain technology will continue to shape the landscape, revolutionizing industries and opening up new possibilities. Using Nigeria as a case study, Kaspa would help bridge the various gaps in both the economic and financial sectors; Ease of use, minimal fees, fast and practical transactions, and integration of Kaspa to payment of utility bills. I strongly believe that with the right awareness, we could bridge the gap and form a very strong user base for Kaspa in the ever-growing Nigeria Economy.

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