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#EndSARS: Twitter’s Jack Dorsey seeks support with Bitcoin

Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey has joined in assist of the #EndSARS protest.

Billionaire boss of the top social media platform Twitter, and payments firm Sq., Jack Dorsey, has joined in assist of the #EndSARS protest that has overtaken Nigeria.

A couple of hours in the past, Dorsey took to his Twitter handle to solicit assistant for Nigerian protesters in search of an end to Police brutality and calling for reforms.

Read more: #EndSARS: Protesters storm Ogun Governor’s office, kick against “SWAT”

He tweeted, “Donate by way of Bitcoin to assist #EndSARS,”  he however retweeting a tweet from the Feminist Coalition informing people of the modes by which contributions may be made.


Twitter CEO has been a longstanding Bitcoin supporter. Prior to now, he has stated Bitcoin is “in all probability the most effective” native currency of the internet due to it being “consensus-driven” and “constructed by everybody.”



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