The Blockchain Association of Nigeria, SiBAN, has announced the 2020 elections that will be held on the 11 – 12th, December 2020.
Below is a list of all the vacant elective offices:
- General Secretary
- Vice Chairman (Policy & Regulations)
- Vice Chairman (Blockchain Education & Adoption)
- Vice Chairman (Memberships)
- Vice Chairman (Projects, Funding & Strategic Partnerships);
- Vice Chairman (Media & Publicity)
- Financial Secretary
Below is the voting eligibility criteria:
- Only registered members of SiBAN are eligible to vote. Such voters must have been registered as SiBAN members (with membership fee paid) at least 48 hours before the election date
- Unregistered members and members who register any time after the expiration of 48hrs to the election date are disenfranchised or disqualified
- Any vote by any unregistered member or a member who registers later than 48 hours to the election date will be invalid
- Voting will be done via google form using SiBAN Membership ID number
Below is the eligibility criteria to be voted for:
- Only registered members of SiBAN are eligible to stand as candidates or be voted for. A
candidate must have been registered as a SiBAN member (with membership fee paid) at least 10 days before the election date
- Unregistered members and members who register any time after 10 days to the election
date are disqualified from contesting in the elections
- Any person who has served in the same office in the SiBAN Caretaker Committee for up to two straight terms or tenures is disqualified from contesting for the same position. Such a person is only eligible to contest in another position
The nomination period is between November 25 – 28, 2020.
On the election dates, voting will be conducted electronically using a dedicated online voting page which will be developed and administered by the Electoral Committee.
Voting will be done using SiBAN Membership ID number.
SiBAN is a self regulatory body duly registered in Nigeria with the mission of growing the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry in Nigeria by providing regulating guides to projects and helping blockchain firms and projects in the country to be able to function within the legal ambit of the law while also protecting the public from illegal practices.
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