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Chamco Projects’ Nnajiugo Nwosu Spearheads Firm’s Move Into Blockchain Technology And Cryptocurrency

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Chamco Projects Sr. Vice President of Technology Nnajiugo Nwosu is stepping up the company’s move into blockchain and cryptocurrencies with a renewed focus on developing game-changing services in Africa.

Having forged advanced partnerships in the region, Chamco Projects has led negotiations with global tech companies in recent months to bring blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions to emerging economies.

“By leveraging the power of the blockchain, we can bring more innovative services to Africa where disruption and advanced artificial technology platforms can make a transformational difference,” said Nwosu.

Nwosu, a former mentor at Blackstone LaunchPad, part of USC’s Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurship Studies, has been a prominent figure in the technology space, helping businesses leverage disruption and new artificial intelligence capabilities to grow their market presence.

Having helped students at USC refine their business plans by providing practical advice and guidance on creating successful pitches, Nnajiugo Nwosu developed his passion for technological innovation, and has since been working with a number of companies to expand their international growth.

“We’re at a pivotal moment now with technology disruption, and with the blockchain bringing new capabilities to emerging markets, it’s an exciting time to be developing solutions that incorporate cryptocurrencies,” added Nwosu.

Chamco Projects recently revealed it had started advanced negotiations on development of cloud-based artificial intelligence solutions in Africa to power new revenue generating models and reduce public sector waste in the private sector.

With blockchain solutions becoming more prevalent in a host of industries, companies have been reimagining how financial transactions are processed. This includes the experience of payments and post-trade processing, which could fundamentally re-define how consumers interact with businesses in the future.

For the African region, the growth in cryptocurrency adoption in the private sector is also providing new opportunities to leverage new distributed technologies that will help citizens gain more access to financing and other ecosystems backed by the blockchain.

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