Linus Williams Ifejika, commonly known as BLord, a bitcoin investor, and Obinna Iyiegbu, the CEO of the Cubana Group, met for the purpose of business.
After BLord turned down $10 million from overseas investors looking to invest in his most recent invention, BillPoint app, the two businessmen connected.
The founder of the B-Lord Group claimed a few days ago that he had declined the offer since his company anticipated that the app will make significantly more money than the sum in a few years.
Ifejika added that during his discussion with Cubana, they spoke about technological issues connected to the banking industry.
After the business conversation, he posted a picture and announced that they will take over the Nigerian banking sector.
BLord wrote; “A quick tech discussion with my chairman , we are about to take the nigeria banking system”
Linus Ifejika launched the app in April 2023 to enable its users buy cheap airtime, data, pay electricity bills and cable TV bills with ease.
According to him, “the BillPoint app is here to make transactions easy for Nigerians. It is an unarguable fact that no one walks down to vendors to sort their bills any longer when they can do so online that is one of the more reasons this App will succeed and I am optimistic about the future of the app and it’s acceptablility.”
BLord also said it has generated a lot just within days of its launch and it is proof of how valuable the product is, adding that it’s going to solve problems for many users in the coming years.
A QUICK TECH DISCUSSION WITH MY CHAIRMAN , WE ARE ABOUT TO TAKE THE NIGERIA BANKING SYSTEM PIC.TWITTER.COM/U2OJNB7G4Y— Blord_official (@realbitcoinlord) May 10, 2023