Nigerian Agency Finally Registers Blockchain Start-up, Blames Employee for Re...

Nigerian Agency Finally Registers Blockchain Start-up, Blames Employee for Re...

Just a few days after reports emerged that it had refused to process a company registration application by Flint API limited, the Nigerian agency Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has now registered the blockchain start-up. The agency however blames an unnamed employee for the failure to process the application. The CAC’s About-turn According to a report, the agency’s reversal of its earlier decision followed an intervention by the CAC’s registrar-general Alhaji Garba Abubakar. As reported by Bitcoin.com News, the CAC’s refusal to register the start-up had....


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