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Top Telegram Mining Bots to Watch for in June 2024



As cryptocurrency interest surges, especially in Nigeria, Telegram mining bots have captivated many enthusiasts. The success of Notcoin has inspired more Nigerians to invest their time and effort into these mining games. However, differentiating legitimate projects from scams continues to be a challenge. In this article, we spotlight the most promising Telegram mining bots launching soon, offering essential insights for interested users.

1. Tapswap: The Most Talked-About Telegram Mining Bot

Tapswap has attracted significant attention with over 13 million followers in its community. Initially set to launch its Taps coin ($TAPS) on 30th May 2024, the launch has been postponed to 1st June 2024 due to some detected bad activity in their mining game. Tapswap is investigating users employing automated tools for mining and warns that accounts using bots or auto clickers will be banned. Despite some concerns about the withdrawal process post-launch, Tapswap’s expanding user base and discussions with various exchanges indicate significant potential.

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2. AVACOIN: New Contender with Solid Backing

Launching on 1st June 2024, AVACOIN has quickly built a community of 1.1 million members since March 2024. Users mine Gold Dust, which is convertible to AVACOIN tokens. The project is in discussions with major exchanges like Binance and Kucoin, promising strong post-launch support. AVACOIN advises users to set up a Telegram Wallet or Ton Wallet for smooth withdrawal processes.

3. Hamster Kombat: The Giant in Telegram Mining

With a staggering 17 million followers on Telegram and 3.5 million subscribers on YouTube, Hamster Kombat is the most followed mining bot. Although the launch date is not officially announced, expectations are high for a June 2024 release. The massive community support makes this bot a must-watch for mining enthusiasts.

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4. Memefi: Rising Star in the Mining Scene

Memefi, with over 2.2 million followers, is in talks with multiple exchanges for its $MEMEFI coin. Although the launch date is not set, indications suggest a June 2024 debut. Memefi’s growing community and active discussions with exchanges add to its credibility.


5. Yescoin: Dual-Bot System for Enhanced Mining

Yescoin operates two distinct mining bots, both considered legitimate and reliable. This dual-bot system enhances mining opportunities and provides more flexibility for users. While the launch date is yet to be announced, the project’s structure and community support highlight its potential.


6. W-Coin: Trusted and Well-Known

With a community of 1 million members, W-Coin is a reputable name in the Telegram mining space. Its established presence and user trust make it a significant player to consider.


7. CEX-IO: Bridging Exchange and Mining

CEX-IO, a known cryptocurrency exchange, is venturing into Telegram mining to attract more users. The integration of mining and exchange services aims to provide a seamless experience for users.


8. Blum: Crypto Exchange Turned Mining Platform

Blum, with 4.4 million Telegram members, is leveraging its exchange platform to offer a mining game, enhancing user engagement and driving app adoption.



9. Truecoin: Spin and Win Concept

Truecoin combines a spin-to-win game with mining, offering users the chance to earn real coins and USDT. The unique concept and integrated True Wallet provide added value to users.


10. Mine HOT: Expanding the NEAR Ecosystem

Known for its NEAR coin, Mine HOT plans to introduce the HOT coin for mining. Its established presence on exchanges and future plans make it a noteworthy option.


Recommendations for Enthusiasts

  • Conduct Thorough Research: Verify the legitimacy and credibility of each project before investing time or resources.
  • Stay Updated: Follow the official Telegram channels and social media platforms for the latest announcements and updates.
  • Avoid Automation Tools: As advised by several mining bots, using automated tools can lead to account bans.

By focusing on projects with strong community support and transparent operations, Nigerians can navigate the booming Telegram mining scene with greater confidence and security.

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ASUU Issues 3-Week Ultimatum To Federal Gov’t, Threatens Industrial Action



The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has issued a three-week ultimatum to the Federal Government to respond to its demands to avoid industrial action.

The Federal University of Dutse (FUD) Branch ASUU Chairman in Jigawa State, Comrade Salim Ahmed gave the warning at an emergency press conference held at the in Dutse.

“The Members of the Expanded Executive Officers of the ASUU Federal University Dutse met today, Wednesday, 19th June 2024, to consider and take a look at the patriotic engagements of the Union with the Federal and State governments on how best to address all the lingering problems bedeviling Nigerian Public Universities,” he said.

Ahmed said ASUU observed that the present administration deliberately ignored the leadership of the Union since its inception on 29th May 2023.

“All efforts were put in place by the leadership of the Union to get the government to convene a meeting and listen to ASUU in order to iron out the contending issues, as contained in the International Labour Organisation, ILO’s principle of collective bargaining, have failed,” he said.

Ahmed said that the renegotiation of the FGN/ASUU 2009 agreement contains all the core issues of ASUU Members’ welfare, University Autonomy, Funding for the Revitalisation of Nigerian Universities, and the Proliferation of Public Universities.

He added that the fundamental concerns regarding employment conditions encompass the various issues outlined in the FGN/ASUU MoU 2012/2013 and the MoA of 2017.

This, according to Ahmed, include the unauthorised dissolution of Governing Councils in both Federal and State Universities, as well as the payment of the outstanding three and a half (7) months’ withheld salaries for work that has already been completed.

“Others are release of the unpaid salaries of our members on sabbatical, adjunct, etc due to IPPIS inadequacy and inefficiency, release of third party deductions by IPPIS, payment of Earned Academic Allowance (EAA), implementation of the report of the visitation Panels and adoption of UTAS in place of IPPIS.

“Based on all these, the members of our great union in this branch, like those of the other branches, believe that the Federal Government is unwilling to decisively address the outstanding issues with the union, therefore, in line with the directives from the National Secretariat, we resolved to hold a press conference and let the parents, the stakeholders in university education know of the situation and to be sensitised and well informed of the failure of the government to address these lingering issues. The general public should be aware of the true state of affairs,” the ASUU chairman said.

Ahmed disclosed that the union plans to initiate the process of mobilising its members and raising awareness for future actions within the next three weeks.

“The union calls on all well-meaning discerning minds to prevail on Nigerian Government to attend to these outstanding issues and meet with our union leadership so as to avert an unnecessary and avoidable industrial crisis in our already frail and weak university system,” he added.

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KWASU Secures Full Accreditation for 18 Programmes from NUC




Kwara State University (KWASU) has achieved a significant milestone as all 18 of its undergraduate and graduate programs offered in the October–November 2023 session have received full accreditation status from the National Universities Commission (NUC).

In a letter dated June 6, 2024, signed by the Acting Director of Accreditation, Engineer Abraham Chundusu, and addressed to Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh, the university’s vice-chancellor, the NUC confirmed that six postgraduate and twelve undergraduate programs have been granted full accreditation for five years.

The fully accredited undergraduate programs include Public Health, Film Studies and Production, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Engineering, and Fine and Applied Arts. Additionally, Political Science, Chemistry, Plant and Environmental Biology, and Tourism and Hospitality Management have also been accredited.

For postgraduate studies, the accredited programs are Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Business Administration, Master of Science in Finance, Master of Science in Public Administration, and Master of Science in Accounting.

Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh expressed his satisfaction with the accreditation results, highlighting the dedication and hard work of both the administration and the faculty. He congratulated the faculty members involved in these programs and encouraged them to continue their commitment to excellence in educating the next generation of professionals.

“The accreditation success is a testament to our unwavering commitment to academic excellence and the quality of our programs,” Professor Jimoh stated. “I urge all faculty members to maintain their dedication and continue striving for the highest standards in education and research.”

The Vice-Chancellor also acknowledged the crucial support provided by the Ministry of Tertiary Education and the Kwara State Government throughout the accreditation process. “Their support was instrumental in achieving this milestone. We are grateful for their contributions and ongoing commitment to enhancing higher education in Kwara State,” he added.

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LASU Law Students Clinch National Moot Court Tournament Title Again




By Gabriella Ogbu

Once more, legal students from Lagos State University (LASU) have emerged victorious in the national Moot court tournament. This remarkable achievement was announced in a statement retrieved on Wednesday from the LASU account on X.

Demonstrating exceptional skill and determination, the team, led by David Akinwunmi and including members Temidire Adeyemi and Johnson Ogundein, represented LASU with distinction. The national moot court tournament, hosted by Olabisi Onabanjo University, honored Dr. OluSegun Asekun, a renowned New York-based immigration lawyer. The event drew the attention of notable figures, including members of the National Assembly and prominent attorneys from Texas and New York.

Akinwunmi expressed gratitude to his instructors and lecturers for their guidance, noting that this marks LASULAW’s sixth consecutive national competition victory. He praised the competition for pushing competitors to new heights and commended the organization and quality of the event.

This year’s competition, held in May by Redeemers University in Osun State, saw participation from universities nationwide. Themed “The Legal and Ethical Implication of Emerging Technology,” the contest comprised multiple rounds designed to test participants’ critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and teamwork. These rounds included essay writing, asynchronous debate, memorial writing, and mooting phases.

Kodjovi Daniel represented LASU during the essay writing phase. Aina Ayomide and Abdulquadri Ajeniya showcased their debating prowess, while Bolajoko Animasaun and Akinrinde Fredrick took on the final stages of the competition, contributing to the team’s overall success.

Reflecting on the tournament, Akinwunmi highlighted the intense preparation and strategic thinking required to excel in such a competitive environment. He emphasized the importance of teamwork and the support of their academic mentors, which played a crucial role in their victory.

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