This week we feature a community member who uses his stake pool to serve his community, Jacob Tettey. Jacob is a WADA graphic designer from Ghana who is a passionate Cardano enthusiast. He started his stake pool [SMILE] with the help of WADA. …


Growing up in the 90s in Nigeria I was molded into a system that sung of hope and lofty dreams of the future. Everyday myself and my peers were greeted with political ads on TV that sold promises of a brighter tomorrow. There were no other means of getting one’s…


Staking on Cardano is accessible to everyone

The last time I wrote about crypto I tried talking about how the Cardano network could help in changing the lives of Nigerians and other Africans for good. Here, I want to show you how this can be done in a small way. …


The Cardano Community is in it’s early stages.

As of writing this article, Cardano released an update that would make it a multi-asset network. This means you will be able to create native tokens on the Cardano network without paying gas fees. This is something that has been a pain in the neck for Ethereum users. If you…


Ever since I began working with Cowrywise, my goal was to use motion and animation to improve the user’s experience of the product. This isn’t limited to in-app animations like the ones you find on the success pages after you complete an action. One of the things I wanted to…


When I joined Cowrywise I was tasked with creating digital illustrations and animated content for the brand. Aligning myself to the brand’s tone of voice was challenging and it took a couple of tries to finally get it right. Even when I thought I had gotten it right, a new…


When the year started, I wanted to make a change in my life. I wanted to become better at living because all I knew was surviving. In 2018, when the school of life handed me my report card, there was a big red F on it. I failed and deservedly…


When this year began, I had one goal. That goal was to work with a world class digital company like Google or Microsoft. Why? My skills were more suited for that industry and my job at the time felt like it was holding me back. 2018 was one of rediscovery…


The first set of BMI’s were used to treat disabilities, but the human colossus wanted more. It wanted to experience immortality. It revered the idea of never dying. Being eternal. Never fading. So the experiments took off — body parts were discarded, enhanced and even modified. Trans-humanism became more acceptable…


I started the year with a lot of high hopes. Didn’t really have much planned apart from career and improving my personal relationships. Work was good, I handled a major project at the beginning of the year and made my boss and the company proud. My finances weren’t all that…

Abubakar Oshomah Abdulwahab

Part human, part mutant, full time go getter. Just trying to make sense of everyday. May drop musings about life once in a while.

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