The recently launched eNaira Wallet application has been removed from Google Play Store barely 36 hours after it was launched by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
However, the app is currently available on the Apple app store with 2.6 over 5 ratings.
The digital currency has two applications, which are eNaira speed wallet and eNaira merchant wallet.
Before it disappeared, the speed wallet had a rating of 2.0 from 2,150 reviews as of Tuesday evening with many complaining of glitches.
The eNaira was developed by the fintech company, Bitt, which was also responsible for the creation of CBDC in some East Caribbean countries.
At the launch on Monday, the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele, boasted that 500 million eNaira ($1.21 million) has already been minted.
However, negative reactions have trailed the launch of the app as many users complained of several issues, ranging from the inability to link their Bank Verification number, to getting a verification email.