Tap, Tap, Tap: Nigerian Man Displays AC He Bought with Earnings from Notcoin

Tap, Tap, Tap: Nigerian Man Displays AC He Bought with Earnings from Notcoin

  • A Nigerian youth has happily showcased the air conditioner he purchased thanks to earnings from Notcoin
  • He posed with the AC and urged crypto enthusiasts to keep tapping in order to take advantage of Tapswap mining
  • Obani Ebenezer Nwokoma, a crypto expert, shared with Legit.ng the huge potential of the trending project, Tapswap

One of the beneficiaries of the newly-launched crypto project, Notcoin, has celebrated what he bought with his earnings.

@oga_val posed with a new air conditioner and revealed he bought it with earnings from Notcoin.

Nigerian man shows off AC he bought with Notcoin earnings
The young man bought AC with earnings from Notcoin. Photo Credit: @oga_val, Medium
Source: TikTok
"Keep tapping till thy kingdom come," @oga_val encouraged crypto enthusiasts in a TikTok video.

@oga_val's clip blew up and elicited massive reactions.

Crypto expert says Tapswap has potential

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Speaking on the trending Tapswap project about to be launched, crypto expert Obani Ebenezer Nwokoma said it is a good project with promising potential.

Ebenezer told Legit.ng that he sees Tapswap out-performing Notcoin and explained why. In his words:

"Tapswap is a good project with lots of promising potential. If you ask me, I see a possibility of Tapswap doing better than Notcoin because of the blockchain involved, known as Solana. Solana has more value than Ton, and its popularity was before Ton rose to fame this year."

He rubbished talks of Tapswap failing after its reported launch on May 30.

People are saying because of how popular Tapswap is, it might not do as well as expected. Well, they're wrong.

"The thing is the more popular a coin, the more chances of it doing well. Just like Notcoin, it all started as a joke, some did it for fun and it grew to serious popularity and because of the popularity they considered launching it and they had a slogan so as not to give people much hope and it says "Probably Nothing."

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Legit.ng reported that Bitcoin had peaked above $72,000.

Watch the video below:

Discussions on Tapswap spike

Angel Promise said:

"My tapswap no gree open since today and I have gone far oo."

starbliss said:

"Bro abeg i get like 3mil tapswap how can i withdraw it."

thebigfriday said:

Omor?... Withdraw tapswap??? Wey never get lunch date ??....

toyin berry said:

"I don tap tire I don even download another tapswap he dey ask for password."

Big jet said:

"Nigeria police : what do you do for a living ? You : I tap …. Oya go tap for prison."

Bubu❤️️ said:

"I think say na joke my brother collect 100k e shock me."

11lordpeace said:

"Bro how do I withdraw from tapswap ???"

ogbig name said:

"Bro please I get like 7.5m tapswap please how I withdraw am."

Bitcoin exceeds $60,000 mark

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Bitcoin had exceeded the $60,000 mark for the first time since 2022.

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Data from CoinMarketCap.com indicates that Bitcoin experienced a 7.66% increase, reaching $61,280 at the time of this report, up from $56,917.

This rise comes after a turbulent period in April 2022 when the digital currency plummeted to as low as $19,297 from its previous peak of $68,990 in November 2021. Over the past week, Bitcoin has witnessed an 18.3% increase, with a remarkable 158% surge over the past year, signalling a bullish trend.

Proofread by Kola Muhammed, journalist and copyeditor at Legit.ng

Source: Legit.ng

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