A private school located in Kano state, Oxford Science Academy, has disclosed that it now accepts the payment of tuition fees with cryptocurrencies.
The proprietor of the school, Sabi’u Musa-Haruna made the disclosure on Thursday, June 24. According to Musa, the decision was arrived at after due consultation with parents.
He added that the introduction of cryptocurrency in the school would ease the difficulties experienced during fees payment, and the world was also tilting towards the same direction, where digital money is fast becoming the order of the day.
Haruna further advised the federal government to consider cryptocurrency as a legal tender, while referencing countries like El-Salvador and Tanzania, who accept crypto-currencies in their schools.