Nigeria Penalizes Two Individuals, Firm for Trading Crypto – Bloomberg

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Nigeria’s central bank ordered the nation’s commercial lenders to close the accounts of two individuals and a company for allegedly trading cryptocurrencies, according to a memo dated Nov. 3.

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