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Crypto: 27-year-old ex-banker raises $1m for tech startup

27-year-old, Deborah Ojengbede, has raised one million dollars for her tech startup through the NFT initiative token sales round.

Deborah Ojengbede, who is the Chief Executive Officer of the AFEN group and a former banker, is in charge of the NFT initiative.

The 27-year-old CEO resigned from her job as a business analyst at a top Nigerian bank, where she had worked for the previous five years.

Ojengbede’s feat is considered one of the quickest public sales in the cryptocurrency space.

After leaving the banking sector, Deborah had begun pursuing her crypto aspirations, giving birth to AFEN, the groundbreaking platform for the digitisation of African arts, real estate, and education.

“AFEN intends to use blockchain technologies, specifically the Binance smart chain network, to provide a solution to the problems limiting the Industrial African trio.

“AFEN offers opportunity to get acquainted with the new crypto revolution on its website. AFEN is building the future for Africa,” she said.



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