How you got interested in Web3 and what you're currently working on?
I got to know about Blockchain technology through a friend Samuel Joseph, I was tutored by Samuel.
I believed and saw the future of Blockchain technology and went into it fully, I held many meet-ups teaching the youths about Blockchain technology which made me known.
I was a mentor at EmpowermeEos this is a movement that is birthed to empower and tutor the youth of Africa on Blockchain by Toritseju kaka an EOS Nation Ambassador and community manager on Boscore and Business Manager for Nigeria at OKEX. I'm the Global Community Manager of Humane Impact Initiative the first Blockchain charity NGO in Nigeria birthed by Samuel Joseph and Co. Samuel Joseph is an EOS Nation Ambassador and Regional manager for Coincola, Samuel is the Founder of Blockchain University and Lightblocks Media
I’m the CEO/Founder of Blockchain Education Invasion (BEI); Vice President on Education and adoption at Stakeholders in Blockchain Technology Association of Nigeria- SiBAN. I’m a former Ambassador at karma (social media platform built on Blockchain that rewards people for doing good). A Former National Community Director at Bitfxt (the first largest African exchange that also has a boundless card for transactions). I'm a Former Ambassador at Sense chat (a decentralized messenger built on blockchain that rewards you for chatting and secures your data). I’m also a member of EOS NATION and The author of the book “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Simplified by Davizoe Effiong”.
What is your definition of web3? Why should we care about it?
Web3 is the upgrade of Web2 that allows the AI/IoT to be more real, and are mostly decentralized meaning they're on Blockchain.
Why should we care: Because it's the future and everyone gains value, unlike Web2.
What hard and soft skills have been most helpful to help you succeed in Web3?
Soft skill: Reading/studying
Hard skill: Educating
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What would you say is the best thing about your job? The most challenging?
Best thing: it makes me feel fulfilled and gives me Joy as a tutor.
Most challenging: Difficulty in carrying African due to Ponzi mentality.
Tell us the greatest working day of your life. You're at home in the evening, thinking of what you accomplished. What made you so happy that day?
The day I founded BEI: February 7th, 2019.
What problem does Blockchain Education Invasion solve? What is your vision?
Solution: Provide trusted Blockchain educators, developers, and consultants to tutor individuals, firms, or organizations interested in Blockchain Technology.
Vision: Taking Blockchain to your Home.
As the founder of Blockchain Education Invasion, how do you manage to get people interested in learning about blockchain? How did you get to grow?
By intensive marketing and hosting of free educational Webinars.
What is your favorite Web3 project? Among the people you've worked, or interacted with in Web3, who do you admire most and why?
Metaverse. Mark Zuckerberg, the reason is he's always ahead and updated as a Founder.
What is your vision for your niche? What do you expect to come in the next few years? What development in the field do you find to be the most exciting?
Next few years: Being one of the top known Blockchain Educationist/Consultant.
Most exciting: Every development from DEFI, NFT, GAMEFI, and METAVERSE. Why because any tech without an upgrade is not a tech.
What are the best decisions and the worst decisions you have made in this industry?
Best decision: Being a dropout and focusing on Blockchain technology.
Worst decision: Putting trust in men.
What part should Founders play in web3?
By educating people and letting them know the future of Web3.
What quote has actually stuck with you and changed your life?
A fraction inside a fraction which is called Fractionalize
Keep a deaf ear to everything and move intentionally.
Nothing can stop a man of focus.
Any tips for beginners who aspire to work in this domain, but feel completely overwhelmed to even start competing?
Pay for knowledge to be consistent and be diligent in the space.