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The Reward For Labour/Hard Work Is Money; Don’t Spiritualise It, Says Africa’s First Bitcoin Investor, Gaius

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The Miami-based Cryptocurrency Trader had in a social media post informed followers that the reward for work performed is money, Pokovirtuousblog has shown.

Born on March 3, 1988, Gaius Chibueze Ngene, better known as Bitcoin Chief, used to be an artiste sometime in 2010, and goes by the stagename, Sosoflow. Passionate about helping other artistes shoot to stardom, the father of two who got married to Oluchi Augusta Chibueze in 2016, started a record label, Konvest Music, in 2018.

Not satisfied at his level of success, the alumni of Sheffield Hallam University launched a crypto firm, Tatspace (formerly known as ABiT Network) in Dubai a couple years ago. Today, the Ikom native has properties worth millions of dollars in several countries, including Rwanda.

In the afternoon hours of yesterday, the multi-award winning Entrepreneur took to his verified Instagram handle to educate his 307k followers on the kind of reward they’re suppose to get for every work done. Advising fans not to ‘spiritualise it’, the Bestselling Author said it is money.

“Except for VOLUNTARY SERVICE, the reward for LABOUR/HARD-WORK is MONEYđź’°.
Don’t spiritualise it!!!
#TATCOIN #BITCOIN #REALESTATE #INTERNET #MOGUL”

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