Patricia Technologies has been known as one of the top companies at the forefront of the crypto drive in Nigeria through its Patricia App. The FinTech company is doing this apparently in light of the CBN circular from weeks back reiterating the apex bank’s stance against digital money.
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The circular has seen commercial banks block accounts known to transact in bitcoin as well as terminate relationships with corporate entities known to do such.
Patricia’s app incorporated before now, bitcoin trading, gift card sales, airtime to cash conversion, bill/utility payments among other things. The constraint on trading bitcoin has made the app hard to use in general hence the company has now spurned the new Glover app to accommodate other services asides from bitcoin trade.
The Glover app will be the new addition to the Patricia ecosystem and has officially been in use since mid-March. The app, according to the company’s press release, will not require Patricia’s existing users to have to open new accounts as the user data will be transferred to the new app for a seamless experience.
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The company’s CEO, Fejiro Hanu Agbodje, said in an official statement obtained via Techpoint that:
‘We are standing by our brand promise to constantly do the most and innovate in directions of our users’ needs. Decentralizing Glover from Patricia will ease the current strain our users are experiencing and allow for unhindered transactions to our Nigerian and Ghanian users.’
The company’s statement reads in brief,
‘…We want to assure our users and the general public that we remain committed to bringing innovative solutions to their needs and fulfilling our promises to you, and we want you to trust Glover Exchange as you have trusted Patricia over the years.’
The Glover app is now available for download on Android and App Store.
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