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Top Tech Entrepreneur in Africa Joins KickCity’s Board

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Mohammed Ibrahim Jega is joining KickCity’s board as an Advisor for Business Development and Growth in Africa. He is a serial entrepreneur and tech savvy marketer with vast experience in Business Development, Project Management, Content Marketing, and Application Development. Mohammed co-founded several successful startups, such as Emerge Tech Africa, an International Information Communication Technology firm; and Startup Arewa, a sustainable development platform. Mohammed is the Head of Business Development Africa at VoguePay Africa, a Founding Director at the Young CEOs Business Forum, and a Board Member at Young Innovators Nigeria, Cyber Security Challenge Nigeria and Aiesec Zaria LC.  He is one of the pioneers of Blockchain in Africa.

KickCity plans to target 10% of Facebook’s 170 million users in Africa. As an Ethereal based DAPP, KickCity will be driving the biggest Ethereum traffic in Africa. African are event lovers. By providing an opportunity for anyone to earn while enjoying events, KickCity will be dominating figure and will truly drive mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.

KickCity is an event platform and marketing protocol on Blockchain that uses social interactions to increase ticket sales exponentially. Crowdsale starts on February 1st 2018.

We are building a decentralized reward-based event marketing protocol on Blockchain. This simply means that users can invite their friends and when their friends buy tickets, they earn Tokens (cryptocurrency), while the user who bought ticket gets a kind of cash back — motivation to buy more tickets on KickCity platform.

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