- Mixed reactions have trailed an emerging video showing a crypto training being held inside a church
- A member of the church who shared the clip explained that the pastor had involved a professional to train members on crypto trading
- While some social media users frowned at the development, some welcomed it and commended the pastor
A video showing crypto training going on in a church has got many persons talking.
The video was captioned, "Crypto training. Proverbs 14:23In all toil there is profit, but mere talk tends only to poverty.''
According to the netizen who shared the clip, the pastor got a professional to train congregants on crypto.
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While boasting that such an opportunity can't be got anywhere, the netizen expressed joy that 'kingdom wealth is on the way.'
In the clip, a projector is seen displaying a crypto trading chart while people listened.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"That’s what I like to see."
BOSS MƌRIЄ said:
"Crypto is modern day gam*bling though."
"Omgggg eh arms your next session. I wanna join."
Billionaire Bound said:
"People really trynna explain why this is bad. Some of you people are addicted to poverty. This is what GOD wants us to do."
Johnson Osei said:
"You might all be about to lose your money ngl lol stocks would have been better."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a church had caused a stir as it directed partners to make payment to its bitcoin wallet.
This is following a viral photo taken from a church's television broadcast.
In the photo shared on Instagram by @kingtundeednut, a Bitcoin wallet for the church was pasted on the screen with 'partner with us' written above it.
While some Nigerians remarked that it was not a big deal, others raised concerns that the church may have some fraudulent plans up its sleeves with the new introduction.