TapSwap resumes operations in Nigeria

TapSwap, a mobile app that allows users to tap or click on a free game where they earn tokens that might have value later, is reportedly back and active in Nigeria and available to all Nigerian users.

This comes barely 24 hours after it was alleged that the platform had blocked its Nigerian users from accessing its platform for an unspecified reason.

Gistreel had earlier published a report regarding an alleged ban on Nigerians by the platform.

Meanwhile, TapSwap, on its media page, clarified that it was undergoing maintenance and soon, its users would be able to have a hitch-free experience using its interface.

Its statement read: “Dear community, We are still working on updating our infrastructure and have made some improvements, although it’s not yet finished 🕒.”

“Rest assured, your balance is safe, and all progress has been preserved 👌. Thank you for your patience and understanding!”

In a separate message to the Nigerian community, TapSwap announced: “Dear Nigerian community, We’ve heard concerns about limiting access to users from your country, but we want to clarify that this is not the case. We had to enable verification for the region from where DDoS attacks were initiated.”

“As promised, we will disable this once our infrastructure is fully adapted. We deeply appreciate every member of our community from all around the world 🌎 and always welcome you here. Thank you for your understanding and support.”

Not long after this, concerned Nigerians took to their media page to announce the return and activeness of TapSwap while encouraging others to continue tapping to earn coins which may be later turned into real money.

@_NiyiDaniels wrote: “TapSwap is back. Keep Tapping.”

@SirRubyx1 wrote: “TapSwap is back, let’s do some tapping! You get it because it’s.”

@DANNIE_ADEL wrote: “Just bagged 5.8m on TapSwap.”

@Sirnasky wrote: “To all Nigerians who traveled out of the country, please come back home! TapSwap is back again, bigger and stronger 💪 I hope you understand?”


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