Quidax Unveils Africa’s Top Music Producers as Brand Ambassadors
Quidax, a Fintech company that enables Fintech players to provide cryptocurrency-related services to their clients, has unveiled one of Africa’s top music producers, Micheal Collins, popularly known as Don Jazzy , as its brand ambassador.
During the unveiling of its brand ambassador in Lagos this week, Quidax, an African-founded cryptocurrency exchange, said the choice of Don Jazzy was based on his popularity in the music industry and his simplicity which has attracted millions of followers on his social network. media handles.
Quidax Co-Founder and CEO Mr. Buchi Okoro said, “Don Jazzy has been such a great personality and someone I have admired for a long time. He was able to start a record label when it seemed impossible. But the best part is that Don Jazzy is passionate about crypto and also owns crypto assets.
Don Jazzy is the CEO and Founder of Mavin Records, which can be considered the powerhouse of music in Africa with artists like Rema and Ayra Starr. Don Jazzy has over 18 million followers on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Quidax, a crypto start-up had launched an online campaign last week with #TheQuidaxCall. The campaign which kicked off on Tuesday March 15th saw Quidax reveal celebrities like; Diane Russet and Bisola Aiyeola, both actresses and former Big Brother Naija reality TV stars. They also unveiled popular actor Timini Egbuson and celebrity chef Gbubemi Fregene aka Chef Fregz as well as award winning Jude Abaga better known as MI Abaga.
In the videos announcing the celebrities, an unknown person was seen phoning the celebrities. At the event, Don Jazzy was revealed to be the celebrity caller.
Okoro said Quidax has, over the years, built a solid infrastructure around its network to prevent online fraudsters from gaining unauthorized access to people’s savings. “Our infrastructure is built from the ground up by reputable and skilled Nigerians, and we have placed different layers of security authentication around our network, to fortify it and protect customers’ savings,” Okoro said.