Patricia Technologies Limited, in a press release on Monday, announced that it had moved its
headquarters to the Republic of Estonia.
The company, formerly based in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria, began in 2019 with the goal of
revolutionizing the Nigerian financial sphere.
Today, it has done just that, with its services
ranging from buying and selling of digital currencies such as Bitcoin, to buying of unused gift cards and other virtual currency.
The Fintech Company has employed hundreds of Nigerian graduates and assisted thousands
more in managing a profitable cryptocurrency trade.
Recall that on the 5th of February, the Central Bank of Nigeria issued a directive to ban
cryptocurrency transactions in the country, terming it unstable as it had no financial backing of any sort.
This ban threatens the liquidity of organizations like Patricia, who act as Crypto
The company in its press release, expressed optimism over the relocation of its headquarters
from Lekki to Rapla County in Estonia. “This global movement is set to strengthen relations with marketers and agencies in global crypto markets, while also positioning us as leading crypto company in Nigeria, Africa and Europe.
Patricia Technologies has already established presence in Ghana, South Africa and China.