Vibe By Fero - Fero’s First Android Go Smartphone



Fero Vibe is the first Android Go smartphone to be launched by Fero Mobile. The mobile was recently launched in Nigeria with good enough features as well an interesting price tag.

A couple of other popular smartphones in Nigeria boast of the Android Go, and it’s interesting to see a Fero smartphone joining the list.

Let’s see what the smartphone has in stock.

Fero Vibe Quick Review


I’m going to start straightaway with the smartphone’s design. It is covered with a polycarbonate material that’s marked at the top and bottom edges with antennae. The Fero logo is seen at the base of its rear while its model name (vibe) appears below the rear camera setup. Also, the speaker grille is present at the rear beneath the Fero logo.

This 168g phone has a dual SIM standby that supports the Micro SIM type. More so, an IPS TFT touchscreen of 5.45 inches serves as the smartphone’s display. The screen uses an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels to coordinate its crispness. A Full View display of 18:9 aspect ratio is also aboard.

Moving on to the software region, the Go edition of Android Oreo is in charge. Unsurprisingly, a 1GB RAM is situated in the memory unit of the device. To store files, a 16GB ROM is in position, and it can be expanded to 128GB with the use of a MicroSD card.


In the power sector, a non-removable 3,200mAh Li-Po battery serves as the phone’s duration stronghold. The smartphone also comes with an OTG support which makes it possible for it to charge other devices.

For the camera section, an 8MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture takes photography at the back region. A 5MP sensor takes the phone’s selfies from the front of the smartphone. LED flashes are present on both sides of the phones to illuminate pictures taken in dark conditions.

Fero Vibe Key Specs

Here are the Fero Vibe key specifications…

KEY SPECS
Display 5.45-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen, 720 x 1440 pixels
OS Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.25GHz SC7731E Processor
Storage 16GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 128GB)
Camera 8MP Rear/5MP Front (With LED light)
Battery 3,200mAh
Price ₦25,000 – ₦32,000
 SHOP ON JUMIA
Fero Vibe Photos


Fero Vibe Price and Availability

The Fero Vibe launched in September 2018, it is available in colours Champagne Gold, Midnight Black. You can order the phone from the following online shopping markets using any of the links below.

Fero Vibe retails at ₦25,000 – ₦32,000 in Nigeria.

Fero Vibe Full Specifications and Features

General Features

Processor: Quad-core 1.25GHz SC7731E
Memory: 1GB
Colours: Champagne Gold, and Midnight Black
Dimension: 148*70.5*8.9 mm
Weight: –
SIM Type: Micro SIM
SIM Count: Dual SIM
Display


Display: 5.45-inch, IPS capacitive touchscreen, 720 x 1440 pixels
Aspect ratio: 18:9
Camera

Rear Camera: 8MP camera, 720p Video
Rear Camera Features: LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, HDR, Panorama
Front Camera: 5MP camera, LED flash
Storage

Built-in Storage: Yes
Memory Card Support: Yes, up to 128GB
Bundled Cloud Storage: –
Network Support

2G GSM: Yes
2G CDMA 1X: –
3G WCDMA: Yes
3G CDMA EVDO: –
4G LTE: Yes
Internet & Connectivity


GPRS: Yes
EDGE: Yes
3G/WCDMA/HSPA: Yes
HSPA+: Yes
CDMA EVDO: –
4G LTE: LTE 850 MHz, LTE 1800 MHz, LTE 2100 MHz, LTE-TDD 2300 MHz (B40),LTE-TDD 2500 MHz (B41)
WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Wi-Fi Hotspot: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes, v4.1 with A2DP
NFC: –
Infrared Blaster: –
USB Port: MicroUSB 2.0
Messaging

SMS/MMS: Yes
Instant Messaging: Yes
Push Emails: Yes
Email Protocol: –
Entertainment

Music Player: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player
Video Player: MP4/H.265 player
FM Radio: Yes
Loudspeaker: Yes
3.5mm Jack: Yes
Navigation

Navigation: Yes, with A-GPS, GPS
Maps: Yes
Sensors & Control

Digital Compass: –
Accelerometer: Yes
Proximity Sensor: Yes
Light Sensor: –
Barometer: –
SpO2: –
Pedometer: –
Heart Rate Monitor: –
Gyroscope: –
Fingerprint Scanner: –
Iris Scanner: –
Face Unlock: –
Intelligent Digital Assistant: –
Motion Sensing / Gesture Control: –
Voice Control: –
Other Features


Video Streaming: Yes
Active Noise Cancellation: Yes
Wireless Charging: –
Built-in Mobile Payment: –
Water Resistant: –
Dust Resistant: –
Image Editor: Yes
Video Editor: Yes
Document Viewer: Yes
Document Editor: Yes
Battery

Battery: 3,200mAh removable Li-Po battery

Why You Should Really Buy a Laptop With an SSD (Really!)



You wouldn't buy a brand-new car with a Ford Model T engine. So why would you merge onto the information superhighway with a laptop that uses an old-school mechanical hard drive? If you want a fast, responsive notebook ─ and why wouldn't you ─ you have to get a solid-state drive (SSD).

When it comes to overall performance, a laptop's storage drive is infinitely more important than other components, like its CPU, RAM and graphics chip. As you boot the computer, open applications and switch between tasks, your processor is tapping its fingers waiting for data to load from the disk. Even if you're not opening files, transferring data or launching apps, your OS and software are using virtual memory (aka swap files) in the background.


With a technology that dates back to the 1950s, hard-disk drives feature a spindle that moves over a rotating magnetic platter grabbing data like an old-school record-player needle drawing sound from a vinyl LP. Hereꞌs why you really need an SSD.

Dramatic Performance Improvements

Because a solid-state drive has no moving parts, it's able to read and write data infinitely faster than a hard drive. The real-world difference is most noticeable when you're booting your computer or opening an application.


We upgraded a Dell Inspiron 15 5000 with a Core i5 processor and 8 GB of RAM from a 5,400 rpm hard drive to a 250GB SSD, and the time it took load Word 2016 dropped from 31.9 seconds to 1.8 seconds. Loading the Chrome browser went from 14 seconds to 1.1 seconds and Excel went from 19.9 seconds to 1.8 seconds.

While you're sitting there staring at the blue ring of fire in Windows or spinning rainbow beachball on Mac, you're not only wasting time but losing your train of thought as you scratch your head and whisper "Come on already. I don't have all day." With an SSD, the computer can work as fast as you do.

It almost goes without saying that copying files is infinitely quicker with an SSD. Of laptops we reviewed in the past 12 months, models with SSDs copied files at an average rate of 237.8 megabytes per second, while those with hard drives averaged just 33.9 MBps.


Battery Life and Durability
SSDs also use less power than hard drives, because they don't have to power any moving parts. The average SSD-enabled laptop we benchmarked lasted 7 hours and 9 minutes on the Laptop Battery Test, which involves continuous surfing over Wi-Fi. Hard-drive-powered laptops averaged only 5 hours and 43 minutes.

If you're worried about your laptop breaking, you definitely want an SSD. SSDs are much more likely to survive a fall, because they don't have hard drives' delicate needles and platters.

The Cost of SSDs

There's no doubt that SSDs cost more. Most sub-$700 laptops don't come with solid-state drives, though some really cheap systems come with eMMC Flash memory, a solid-state storage format that's no faster than a hard drive. Some noteworthy exceptions include the $399 Asus E403SA and $611 Lenovo ThinkPad 13, both of which come standard with 128GB SSDs.

On manufacturer sites where you can configure a laptop to order, companies such as Dell and Lenovo charge a high premium to upgrade from a hard drive to an SSD, or to move from a smaller SSD to a larger one. For example, if you configure your ThinkPad T460 on Lenovo.com, it costs a full $290 to move from a 500GB hard drive to a 512GB SSD, while a 512GB SSD costs just $125 on the aftermarket. The relatively high cost is why you should either settle for a lower-capacity SSD or consider upgrading the laptop yourself.


Can You Upgrade?

Whether you're buying a new laptop or trying to breathe new life into an older computer, you can save a lot of money by swapping out the preinstalled hard drive or low-capacity SSD for one you buy yourself. Not all laptops are user-upgradable; many have an SSD soldered onto the motherboard or located in a place you can't access without damaging other components.

You can find out not only if your laptop is upgradable but what type of SSD it needs ─ 2.5-inch SATA, mSATA, M.2 60mm or M.2 80mm ─ by checking either its service manual or a memory finder such as Crucial's Memory Advisor tool. If the laptop currently has a hard drive, it almost certainly uses a 2.5-inch SATA drive. No matter the size and connection, you can usually find a 256GB SSD for well under $100 and a 480 or 500GB capacity for less than $150.

MORE: How to Tell if You Can Upgrade Your Laptop


Though each laptop is built a little differently, the process of upgrading your storage drive is basically the same. You must first clone the contents of your existing drive using a tool such as EaseUS Todo Backup Free and an external drive enclosure to attach the new drive. After the cloning is finished, you open up the laptop, remove the old drive and pop in the new.

However, many people don't want to take the risk of opening up their laptops and potentially breaking something. Most manufacturers don't void your warranty just for changing out the drive, though you'll want to double-check because some do. Also, if you damage something or have trouble resulting from the upgrade, your warranty and tech support definitely won't cover it.

MORE: How to Upgrade Your Laptop to SSD


Laptops that come with SSD usually have just 128GB or 256GB of storage, which is enough for all your programs and a decent amount of data. However, users who have lots of demanding games or huge media collections will want to store some files in the cloud or add an external hard drive. Some gaming and workstation-class laptops offer the best of both worlds, having a fast SSD and a spacious hard drive.

The lack of storage may be a small hassle, but the increase in speed is worth the trade-off. If you can possibly afford it, 256GB is a lot more manageable than 128GB.

eMMC Memory Is Not SSD

Many low-cost laptops these days claim to have an SSD, but use eMMC memory, instead. Most Chromebooks and sub-$200 Windows systems use this type of storage, which offers the increased durability and energy-efficiency of a real SSD, but not the performance.

The average laptop we tested with eMMC memory notched a lowly transfer rate of 37.8 MBps. However, these systems lasted an average of 8 hours and 52 minutes on our battery test.

What Kind of SSD Is Best

Any SSD will give you outstanding performance, but ones that use a PCIe-NVMe interface are two to three times quicker than those that use SATA, the more typical connection type. Where a SATA drive usually achieves a rate of 125 to 200 MBps on our file-transfer test, PCIe-NVMe SSDs can be as fast as 550 MBps.

However, most mainstream and budget laptops don't support PCIe-NVMe drives. The Dell XPS 13/15, the Lenovo Yoga 900 and the Razer Blade are examples of laptops that come with PCIe drives as an option. All current MacBooks use PCIe drives as well.

Bottom Line

It's 2016 and there aren't many good reasons to buy a laptop with a slow-moving, mechanical hard drive. No matter how fast your processor and how sleek your software, you'll always suffer from frustrating lag if you don't have an SSD. Making a smart purchase or performing an upgrade after you buy will make that choice more affordable.

Lead Image Credit: Shutterstock / JIPEN
https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/ssds-are-worth-it

CHROMEBOOKS ARE A STRONG ALTERNATIVE TO WINDOWS AND MAC LAPTOPS


Best chromebook laptops 2019
Once reserved strictly for students, Chromebooks have evolved into highly capable laptops that are often a better alternative to similarly priced Windows or Mac notebooks. Living with a Chrome OS notebook requires a lot less compromise than it used to. With cloud storage and services slowly taking over our digital lives, these affordable laptops are rapidly growing in popularity, and deservedly so!
The addition of support for Android and Linux apps makes Chromebooks an even more attractive proposition. Today's best offerings have 360-degree touch-sensitive displays, which allow you to enjoy Chrome OS and Android apps to the fullest, in tablet- or laptop-style!
With a wide variety of entries to choose from, we've researched and compared more than 20 different offerings from ASUS, HP, and Acer, among others. We scoured the internet, reading reviews from other publications and consumers, and even tested a handful of them to round up the best picks for every size and budget.

BEST OVERALL
1
ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 2-in-1 Laptop
$529.99
The ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 is one of the few Chromebooks that’s worthy of being a true laptop replacement. It’s elegant, incredibly versatile, has a premium build, and offers top-notch performance. Compared to other Chromebooks that sport mostly plastic builds, the ASUS flaunts an all-aluminum body that is well-made, polished, and feels solid. Its 14-inch touch-screen display is practically bezel-less and it has a 360-degree hinge, so you can fold it back and use it like a tablet.

The notebook comes with an Intel Core m3 or m5 processor, with the pricier m5 packing 8 GB of RAM compared to the m3’s 4 GB. More RAM means better, less sluggish multitasking. Even if you don’t splurge for the more expensive model, this Chromebook is more than capable of browsing with multiple tabs open, editing several documents simultaneously, and playing music or videos without issue.
Our only complaint was that we wish there was a variant with a 128 GB of storage space. Fortunately, it has a microSD card slot handy for expanding storage when you need to load up on movies before a long flight. Even better, you can average about 10 hours of battery life on a single charge — an impressive feat for a laptop this portable.

BEST BUDGET

Lenovo Chromebook C330 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop
$257.99
The affordably priced Lenovo 2-in-1 Chromebook is a good pick for students. It has a lightweight body, a comfortable full-sized keyboard, and up to 10 hours of battery life. The notebook's processor isn't the fastest around, but it's more than sufficient for basic tasks, and it's equipped with all the ports you need.

The 11.6-inch touch display won't wow you with its HD resolution, either, but its 360-degree hinge allows you to lay it flat on a table to share content with friends or classmates, and stand it up like a tent. The laptop packs a 720p HD webcam for video chats, a microSD card slot to expand its small 32 GB of storage, and an HDMI port for hooking it up to a larger display.

BEST SPLURGE

Acer Chromebook Spin 13 2-in-1 Convertible Laptop
$679.99
Even though this isn't the most expensive Chromebook you can buy, we don't think you should drop that much on one considering you can get a more capable laptop for even cheaper. The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 will stretch your dollar further. It has a sharp-looking, all-metal body, a powerful processor, and a vibrant display on a versatile 360-degree hinge.
It includes a built-in stylus by Wacom, making it a great pick for those who frequently annotate documents or want a laptop that'll let them jot down notes by hand. The computer is powered by one of the latest Intel processors, making it faster and more capable at running graphic-intensive programs without any lag whatsoever.

You'll appreciate its Gorilla Glass screen and touchpad, which don't scratch as easily, and feel more premium and smoother than cheap plastic ones. You can expect around 10 hours of battery life with this laptop. If you want a Chromebook that stands above the rest, this one is worth splurging for if you can afford it.

BEST CHROME OS TABLET

Google Pixel Slate
$871.99
The Google Pixel Slate is without a doubt the best Chrome OS tablet money can buy. We highly recommend that you opt for it over a high-end Android tablet. The elegant-looking Slate has a vibrant 12.3-inch touch screen, a wide selection of Intel processors, a pair of USB-C ports, up to 12 hours of battery life, and fast charging capabilities among its key features.

The base model features an eighth-generation m3 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 64 GB of storage. Most should spring for the more expensive option, which gets you a Core i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage. The Pixel Slate has a full, desktop-class browser and more open hardware than an iPad Pro does.
To make the most out of the Google Slate's productivity capabilities, we suggest that you pair it with an optional backlit keyboard cover. The device is also compatible with the Pixelbook Pen stylus.

BEST LARGE SCREEN OPTION

HP Chromebook 15
$469.00
The Chromebook 15 is our favorite pick for those looking for a large screen. The attractively priced notebook has a bright, easy-to-read 15-inch IPS touch-screen display, an attractive ceramic-like body with a sleek design, slim bezels, and metal accents. The keyboard is full-sized, backlit, and has that beloved number pad for spreadsheet makers.

Other specs include 4GB of onboard memory, an integrated Intel HD Graphics 620 GPU, and up to 8 hours of battery life. With speakers tuned by B&O Play, the notebook also offers a surprisingly good audio experience for its price point. By default, it comes with 64 GB of storage space, but you can pay extra for double the space and a faster Intel Core i5 processor.
Key Specs:

• 8th Generation Intel Core i3-8130U Processor
• 15.6-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels
• 4 GB of RAM, 64 or 128 GB of built-in storage
• Two USB-C 3.1 ports, USB 3.1 Type-A port, microSD card slot


BY BRANDON CARTE AND STEFAN VAZHAROV

How to start POS Business in Nigeria 2019


POS business can be otherwise known as agent banking business. It involves the transfer of funds, withdrawal of funds, sale of recharge cards and bill payments like GoTv, DSTV, Startimes, and NEPA Bill services.

This business is an extension of services offered by financial institutions like banks through which customers get convenience. Therefore the fee you charge customers for this services is called convenience fee.

The central bank of Nigeria in a bit for financial inclusion has thrown open this opportunity. An avenue to create wealth.


Furthermore, this business thrives in areas where they are limited or no banks or ATMs. People will always be in need of money for various needs and will be glad to go to where they can be quickly served at a minimal cost.

Benefits of POS business in Nigeria

Achieve financial inclusion
Reduce the cost to serve
More Account acquisition
Business Opportunity
Create Jobs for the unemployed
Decongest bank branches
Serve a wider range of customers
Make customers happy
Why POS Business in Nigeria is Profitable
This business involves much liquidity, what this means is that you must have readily available cash to give out. Because customers will come more for withdrawals than fund transfers. The services you will be offering includes;

Withdrawals
Fund Transfers
Bill payments
Sale of Recharge cards or Top up to all networks without buying vouchers and
Most likely Account Opening
Read also: How to start a dry cleaning business

Apart from Recharge which is free from charge other services are chargeable. But make sure you don’t overcharge you could be competing with other owners of POS machines or breed competition in future.

Once you are in a strategic location where they are limited or no ATMs around, customers will prefer coming to you for quick services.

Proposed Fees and Commission Structure for Firstmonie Agent Transactions
Transaction Amount BandFee paid by CustomerCommission to the Agent
(% of Fee)
1Deposit (own FirstBank A/C)
1- 5,000N5045%
>5,000-30,000N10045%
>30,000-100,000N15045%
>100,000N20045%
2Transfer to FirstBank
1- 30,000N10045%
>30,000-100,000N15045%
>100,000N20045%
3Transfer to Other Banks
1-20,000N10045%
>20,000-100,000N20045%
>100,000N25045%
4Cash Withdrawal
1-10,000N10045%
>10,000-100,000N20045%
>100,000N30045%
5Bill PaymentN10045%
6Airtime RechargeFree2% of Amount

Get a viable location
Be tech savvy
Get a reliable host
Request for your POS Machine
Make up banners and advertise your business
Open other locations and expand.
How to set up a POS business in Nigeria
Host: You can start POS business by getting a host. A host is a financial institution through which you extend their services to your customers. Good hosts include;

First Bank
Quickteller
Paga
FCMB
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Location: Your location is very strategic to your success in this business. A location where they are limited or no ATMs or Financial institutions like Banks will do. Apart from that, they should be enough room to contain your customers, a furniture divider between you and your customers. Create a place where customers will feel free to carry out transactions.

Get a POS Machine: Most of your customers will come to make withdrawals, so a POS machine is really important. A new POS machine goes for N85,000 – N100,000 only. First Bank offers free POS machines you just need to meet their requirements. To get one visit any First Bank Branch closest to you and make more inquiries about Agent Banking.

Get Banners: For a business to be known you need to create awareness, you won’t sell anything if people don’t the goods or services you offer. Go get a well-designed banner. it goes for N4000 only.

HOW TO CREATE NIGERIAN PAYPAL THAT RECEIVE AND SEND PAYMENTS


Paypal is currently the most widely accepted digital payment service provider. You'd find it difficult as an internet marketer, blogger, web designer, affiliate marketer, etc to receive payments online if you do not have a PayPal account.
We all know Nigerians constitute 1/4th of affiliate marketers and digital service providers in Africa, all thanks to our massive population of over 198 million. But the sad news here is PayPal do not allow Nigerian account holders to send or receive PayPal payments( That one na PayPal account? Lol). But aren't you surprised that Nigerians are still receiving their payments online via PayPal and are doing their legit transactions? Yes, I know you are surprised, I am going to reach you how to go about creating your own PayPal account that works from Nigeria, no VPN needed.
Just follow the process I am about to show you below;

Go to https://www.paypal.com/ls/webapps/mpp/merchant When you do that, this is what the page you will see will look like below.

When on this page, you are to choose business. Because we are opening a business account and that is the account that has the full paypal feature we need. click on Signup, then select business account on the next page as shown below and then click continue when done.

When that is done you will be taken to the next page where you are to provide your email as shown in the image below. It’s best if you open a fresh verified Gmail for this purpose. Eneter your email there and click on continue… Please it’s advisable you use a Gmail account or a custom email if you have one, avoid yahoo mail at all cost. When you enter the email , click on next and you will be taken to the next page



On the next page you are to enter your personal informations, your business informations.. Don’t worry about the business information, but make sure you are using your real name as it is on your documents.

Now, in the email field, we enter the email we want to use to open the paypal account and then enter and reenter the desired password.

On the business information area, where asked for legal names enter your original first name and last name there. For business name you can put any business name you want to use there, it doesn’t matter whether registered or not. in my case I put a name I want but having a regisgtered business name is an added advantage.

Where asked for telephone number, click the dropdown option from Lesotho and change it to Nigeria. which is 234 and enter your mobile number there omitting the very first zero that start the number. For instance instead of 08045, use 8045.and then you enter your address as it is on your bank statement
And the next is to select the currency you want the PayPal to use, in this case select USD and tick I AGREE AND CONTINE and click Agree and Continue.
When you do this you will be taken to the next page which is the tell us about your business page, where you will be required to tell them what type of business. Just select individual and then select anything as category and subcategory here and proceed you can omit the url option and leave blank
And then click on continue and you will be taken to account holder information page where you are required to provide an identification document for verification. Put in Nigeria as your nationality, select the document you wish to use and enter the corresponding details there, in my case I am using an international passport so I will select that from the dropdown and provide the passport number and my original date of birth as it is on the passport.
So next is to submit it by clicking submits as shown above. When you do that you will get to a page as shown below asking you to confirm your email address to activate your account and setup your payment.
The two notifications will ask you to confirm your email address as well as link and confirm your credit card
NOTES/WARNINGS:
a. You cannot and should not use your names or names combination that have been used on currently limited/restricted or banned PayPal account(s). You can even open one in the names [confirmed not having currently limited/restricted or banned account(s)] of someone close to you with his/her consent. We should also be notified if the “names” has active functional PayPal account(s) for evaluation so as to conform with their policy surrounding an individual not having more than two(2) PayPal accounts (one personal and one premier or business type).
b. The said names must have government issued valid ID card like drivers license or international passport even if it is that issued in Nigeria.

Easy Guide on How to start Bitcoin business in Nigeria?


In our day and age, cryptocurrencies are slowly but surely winning over the hearts and wallets of the people. One of the original cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, seems to be one of the most popular and expensive ones at the moment. If you want to find out how to make money with Bitcoin, then check out this article. Before you can even start thinking about starting a Bitcoin business, you need get yourself a Bitcoin wallet.

As Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, you cannot store it in your actual wallet or even in a bank account (that is, without converting it into another currency). Therefore, snag yourself a Bitcoin wallet at coinbase.com or at localbitcoins.net. Here are all the ways you can start a Bitcoin business in Nigeria. Bitcoin mining Probably the easiest way of starting a Bitcoin business in Nigeria is to mine it yourself. As long as you can mine Bitcoins, you can then sell them to any eager buyer out there. And they do not even have to be in Nigeria! You can mine your Bitcoins and then find a buyer online via localbitcoins.com or a similar service.

However, as Bitcoin has grown in popularity in the past few years, Bitcoin mining is no small feat. If you want to earn and not buy Bitcoin in Nigeria, you are going to need either a very powerful computer or a special machine made just for mining Bitcoins. Neither of those things are cheap. That said, if you want to start your own Bitcoin business, you should be ready to invest a lot of money and expect a loss in the process at least once in the business. After all, the world of cryptocurrencies is not for the meek. Bitcoin trading READ ALSO: How to make money with Bitcoin in Nigeria Another way you can make a fortune with the help of Bitcoins is Bitcoin trading. For this, you need to be well versed in the market tendencies (and be a little bit of a clairvoyant, really). You can buy Bitcoin when it's price drops and then resell it when it's price rises. Just like any other business, this is not a risk-free option. You might not be able to predict the price fluctuations well enough to make a profit everytime.

To add to that, you would need to have a starting capital to get into it. But if you do get into it and do it right, you can become rich very fast. If you want to buy and sell Bitcoins, you can visit luno.live, remitano.com or nairaex.com to trade your naira for Bitcoins and vice versa. If you want to trade in a different currency, you can use the aforementioned localbitcoins.com or other similarly trustworthy sites. Bitcoin lending As Bitcoin is a currency, you can use it for the same things as any other regular currency.
For instance, you can lend it out! For this, you just need to open an account in an online bank and deposit your Bitcoins so that the bank can lend them to other people. Bitcoin investment If you have plenty of money to spare and do not want to bother with anything too complicated, you can always just invest in Bitcoins. Taking into account how much it has grown over the years, there is a fair chance you might wake up a millionaire one day! Just think about it, one Bitcoin used to cost ₦85 thousand back in 2015. Today, it costs almost ₦5 million. Imagine how much richer you would have been if you invested in it two years ago. Taking into account that all Bitcoins are going to be mined soon, their price will most likely rise, so get them while they are hot!
That said, do not, we repeat, do not invest your last money in Bitcoin. Invest only the amount you are ready to part with. View it as a possible opportunity and not as a definite source of income. With this kind of mindset, no fluctuations in the Bitcoin price will bother you too much. Other ways of earning money that involve Bitcoins If none of the aforementioned options sounds good to you, there are a few more things you can try out. If you want to get some Bitcoins, you do not necessarily need to start a whole business. You can just try out the following options if business is not really your thing.


You can try using your skills to earn Bitcoin. If you have any useful skills to offer to the people on the Internet, you can choose to get paid in Bitcoin instead of regular currency. For instance, you can go to Freelancer.com or Upwork.com and choose Bitcoin as your preferred method of payment. You can also try some websites created specifically with Bitcoin in mind, such as Bitgigs.com or Jobs4bitcoins.com.


If you feel like you do not have any relevant skills to offer and you cannot afford to buy Bitcoin, do not despair. There is an option for you too. For this, all you need is Internet and plenty of free time. You can go to such websites as coinworker.com or coinad.com and earn Bitcoins just by watching ads, taking surveys or clicking links. Of course, it does not pay all that well, but you have to start somewhere, right? Good luck in your business ventures! Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1145453-how-start-bitcoin-business-nigeria.html

A Quick Look At Huawei Android Q Based EMUI 10


There’s a couple of Huawei devices getting Android Q if the current crisis with the US ends including the Mate 20, P30 series, Honor View 20 and Honor Magic 2 but that future is uncertain.The early build of EMUI 10 has been confirmed to be based off of Android Q. XDA-Developers tested it on a P30 Pro to check if it’s real.

Changes are minimal as it’s an early build.A couple of changes look similar to EMUI 9.1 including the launcher, status bar, Quick Settings, notifications, and Settings.Android Q permission controls are present too.The camera UI has also been tweaked.Dark Mode is also present.


Some users who have downloaded the early build of EMUI 10 and are saying it’s much faster than the EMUI 9.1 early build. It’s also working perfectly fine with no major issues.Fingers twisted that Huawei and the US government resolve this issue – Google is already in talks while Donald Trump said that he might easen up restrictions on Huawei if takks with China advance.The company is also working on it’s own OS – HongMeng/Ark OS that it has tested with it’s own devices plus devices from VIVO, OPPO, Xiaomi and Tencent. The tests reportedly say that the OS is perfroms relatively 60% faster than Android.

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