Overall, Sub-Saharan Africa received $117.1 billion in crypto value between July 2022 and June 2023, according to data from blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis.
The acquisition will see Qala rebrand as Btrust Builders with a new focus on providing training in open-source Bitcoin software development.
EMTECH currently works with six central banks, including Nigeria and Ghana, and is looking to expand into four more African countries.
These certificates are valid for three years and available to Egyptian nationals or foreigners with a minimum deposit of $1000.
A deputy director with the bank said the CBN has introduced Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to enable contactless payments with the eNaira.
All financial institutions in the country have received fresh instructions to refrain from engaging in crypto-related activities.
Nigeria was previously ranked as the most crypto-curious country in the world.