Elvis Bedi : Meet the Ghanaian who makes over GHC1.7m through Cryptocurrency
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Elvis Bedi : Meet the Ghanaian who makes over GHC1.7m through Cryptocurrency

Ghanaian entrepreneur and Bitcoin investor, Elvis Justice Bedi is popularly known as Mr. Serendipity recently won for himself a huge sum of money through Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrency.

The young investor who doubles as the founder of Serendipity Trading Academy a global online Trading Tech Company said he is on a mission to help people to understand the enormous potentials of the internet and how they could make money through Cryptocurrencies, Forex, Indices, Bonds, and Stocks.

"My vision is to empower people with the right knowledge of Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrency. The long term benefit is the rise of smart 21st Century investors and traders who will be at the forefront of Blockchain innovation."

Elvis Bedi : Meet the Ghanaian who make over GHC1.7m through Cryptocurrency

Ghanaian entrepreneur and Bitcoin investor, Elvis Justice Bedi taking people through lessons in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Source: YEN.com.gh
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"We are siding this rise with the introduction of various marketplaces that harness the powers and advantages provided by blockchain technology," he noted.

Mr. Bedi is currently a Medic at one of the finest medical universities in Europe, and he is keen on helping as many people as possible, to understand the enormous potentials of the internet and how they could make money using the new media.

He said the long term benefit will be the rise of smart 21st Century investors and traders who will be at the forefront of Blockchain innovation adding that "we are aiding this rise with the introduction of various marketplaces that harness the powers and advantages provided by blockchain technology".

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In his statement encourage the youth to sign up ( www.serendipitytradingacademy.com ) to receive the finest practices in trading from scratch with no qualification needed.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Janet Abena Quainoo, a Ghanaian lady has narrated how she was unemployed after completing her national service but kept serving for five good years.

In a conversation with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, the lady indicates that she had her national service at the State Broadcasting House, of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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