Influencer Waqar Zaka urges his followers to promote cryptocurrency in Pakistan.
Waqar Zaka is once again using the power of social media for a thought-provoking cause.
In a recent video, he asked his followers to create their twitter accounts and start a trend with a hashtag “#cryptokolegalkaro”. His purpose behind this idea is to urge the Prime Minister Imran Khan and state bank governor to lift the ban imposed on bitcoins and cryptocurrency in Pakistan.
The host of the successful reality show “Champions” said in the video that people are staying at homes as part of the partial lockdown forced by the government. Coronavirus has also influenced the businesses badly in the country.
Why does Waqar want people to consider cryptocurrency?
Waqar emphasized that people would have earned at home in this situation through the use of cryptocurrency if it was made legal.
In addition to this, Waqar also spoke over the issue that coronavirus can be transmitted through money too. There must be a digital system for business and trading in Pakistan.
He also clarified that cryptocurrency does not promote money laundering, it promotes trading and business. But even PayPal has not been stabilizing in the country.
Furthermore, he added several countries, including India, have also legalized cryptocurrency. Pakistan is the only country which has imposed ban on it.
Waqar Zaka offers free services of cryptocurrency
Social media celebrity has not raised the issue, he has also offered a feasible solution. Waqar announced to provide free services to help entrepreneurs and other professionals develop a blockchain system using cryptocurrency. Surprisingly, he is providing services free of cost. His team consists of highly professional people working at a platform named “TenUp Nation”.
What is TenUp?
As per the official website, TenUp Nation is powered by the community and is poised to help entrepreneurs in raising funds for their projects while helping refugees and the unbanked globally. TenUp will achieve these goals by using the disruptive power of blockchain technology and unlike other blockchain projects, TenUp is built to serve the needs of an important and long-neglected audience.
Pakistan we need to do this, please follow and help me. pic.twitter.com/ROE995kf6B
— Waqar Zaka (@ZakaWaqar) March 19, 2020