Naija Lottery partners with Quanta to bring blockchain to traditional lottery


Naija Lottery recently announced its partnership with Quanta, in a bid to introduce blockchain technology to the traditional lottery market.

Per the agreement, the coming together of both companies would bring decentralized ledger technology (DLT) to the traditional lottery market.

Naija Lottery which is one of the largest gaming companies in Nigeria offers lottery tickets across the country. Part of the company’s objectives includes offering responsible gaming according to international standards and preventing addictive playing. Naija Lottery has a Grade A license from the National Lottery Regulatory Commission.

Quanta is renowned as the world’s first licensed blockchain lottery and developed on the Ethereum decentralized ledger technology. The company aims to transform the traditional lottery industry by providing a safe and transparent environment for both players and operators.

Charbel Saadeh, who is the Managing Director of Naija Lottery, said:

Now is the time to build on the momentum of the traditional Nigerian lottery market. Together, we will continue to build a safe and trustful platform that ensures fairness and transparency, while offering amazing functionality to players and helping to boost the local economy.

Saadeh further said that the company aimed at offering a better lottery experience for the Nigerian market.

Also commenting on the collaboration was Kostas Farris, Chief Technology Officer and Director of Quanta. Farris said that the partnership of both companies was an opportunity to boost the dynamic lottery industry. The Quanta executive further stated that the company aimed at spreading blockchain lottery across other markets in Africa.

 


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Samuel Tan

Samuel Wan has been an analyst and cryptocurrency evangelist for the last few years. Previously he worked as a consultant for a Big 4 consulting firm and is passionate about how blockchain will make an impact in the world. You can contact Sam at s@cryptomenow.com

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