Celia and Templars combine legal might and crypto vision to construct Africa’s next fintech empire

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Celia and Templars combine legal might and crypto vision to construct Africa's next fintech empire

In a defining manoeuvre heralding its swelling ambitions to metamorphose into Africa’s dominant cryptocurrency gateway, trailblazing trading platform Celia has forged an alliance with internationally admired Nigerian corporate practice Templars to cement its position. By enlisting one of Africa’s most decorated transactional and dispute-related legal custodians, Celia is resolutely laying the groundwork required before unveiling its ambitious continent-wide crypto participation vision.

With the promise of birthing Africa’s most user-friendly and seamlessly accessible digital asset exchange on the monumental date of September 30th, 2024, Celia has already sparked an unprecedented cryptocurrency adoption clamour across Africa’s vast landscape. Over 1.8 million ardent proponents have enlisted as registered users during the platform’s widespread community-building campaigns on platforms like Telegram, Twitter, Web, Android App and beyond, impatiently waiting to plunge into crypto trading on Africa’s homegrown cryptocurrency bastion.

However, Celia’s venerable co-founders and venerated African crypto visionaries, Emmanuel Afula and Favour Afula, astutely recognize that delivering a market-making endeavour of such unprecedented magnitude warrants securing robust legal and regulatory moorings.

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Hence, Celia is now pivoting to globally celebrated Nigerian firm Templars’ unparalleled dexterity, expertise, and intimacy in steering licensing and corporate structuring mandates across Africa and beyond over an illustrious 25-year track record of enabling multi-billion dollar transactions. Templars’ specialized understanding of Nigeria’s rapidly transforming digital asset regulatory mood could profoundly bolster Celia’s ambitious goal of entrenching itself as the gateway for over 1.2 billion strong African consumers ready to ride the cryptocurrency mania sweeping these shores.

“Templars’ grasp of Nigeria’s evolving regulatory perspective will serve as the definitive legal bulwark for Celia while we scale towards our September 2024 launch,” noted Chief Compliance Officer Collins Chukwuonye on Celia’s forward-thinking tie-up. He further suggested that securing exhaustive legal protections now critically expands Celia’s capabilities to subsequently achieve its ambitious growth objectives post-launch, including potentially emerging as Africa’s first cryptocurrency firm to attain a dizzying billion-dollar revenue milestone within three years of dominating the market.

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By reinforcing its execution capabilities with the Templars’ globally respected legal firepower, Celia’s latest move validates its positioning amongst observers as an emergent African crypto juggernaut. One that may conceivably orchestrate unprecedented digital asset adoption throughout the region over the long term while harvesting the lion’s share of Africa’s potentially multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency market over the next decade.

As African consumers ready to ride the cryptocurrency wave seek a reliable homegrown partner for trusted market access, Celia’s strengthening foundations certify it as the platform to seize first-mover advantage once crypto mania engulfs the continent.

Visit https://app.celia.finance or download the Celia App from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.celia.finance. to get started and never miss its defining journey!

See also: Celia crosses 1.4 million users prelaunch, gears up for Phase 1 KYC and 2024 launch


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