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MMM Announced Bitcoin As New Currency For Payment

MMM Announced Bitcoin As New Currency For Payment
Following the suspended of MMM ponzi scheme in Nigerian on December 2016, the company are expected to lift deferment on payment of contributors, while they work ahead of January 14 by announcing Bitcoin as the new currency for payment.

In 2016, Bitcoin currency become known as the world's best performing means of payment, while also list as the safest asset internationally.

But in Nigeria, the Bitcoin currency is not well known, compared to the MMM ponzi scheme which was spends in 2016 by Nigerians.

However, most Nigerians participants still shows some interest in the MMM ponzi scheme after the suspends while many have turn to Bitcoin before been announced.

The MMM Operators declared that the Nigerian Participants will now receive payment in Bitcoin, and also monitor their dues grow in bitcoin.

MMM disclosed this yesterday in a statement issued by one of their operators on Facebook, stated that: “Due to the recent sharp price fluctua¬tions of Bitcoin, MAVRO-BTC is being introduced in the system”.

“So far, we have only had Mavro-Naira in the System. Even though you provided help via Bitcoin, your Bitcoins, anyway, were recalculated into the Nigerian Naira at the ex¬change rate at the moment of providing help, and you were credited with Mavro-Naira in your PO.”

Last year, the MMM accounts were frozen, following a charge by the Nigerian Government saying they are fraud company and not allow to establish their company in the country.

But the Nigerians seen MMM as a fast business that assists them in gaining excess money.

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