Nigerian Fintech Startup Lemonade Finance Set To Introduce Its Payment Offerings Into The Ghanaian Market


Jan. 13, 2022, 3:37 p.m.

This feature will allow its users to create virtual Naira and Dollar cards to complete transactions on local and international websites. Customers will use their cards to pay for global services like Apple Music and its related services, Netflix, Spotify, Amazon, PayPal, and GooglePay.

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Nigeria’s Fairmoney Raises $42 Million Series B To Diversify Its Offerings


July 2, 2021, 2:40 p.m.

The credit-led neobank offers loans to individuals from USD 3 to USD 1000, ranging from days to six months. Small business loans have become a prominent service most digital banks have begun to offer in Nigeria’s retail sector, and FairMoney sees an opportunity there. From now on, the company will start servicing loans to registered SMEs in Nigeria. “We are going to delve into SME-lending and we will start offering current accounts to our customers,” the CEO of Fairmoney, Hainy, stated.

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Fintech Startup Pay Up Is Amplifying Financial Inclusion Between Ghana And The Rest Of The World


June 21, 2021, 6:47 p.m.

The founder, Papa Kwadwo Darfoor, states that they are currently based in Ghana and UK. He explains that users can send any amount in cedis, and the recipient will receive the equivalence of it in any currency, depending on the location.

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Fintech Platform Layer Allies With UBA To Foster Digital Transformation In Kenya


June 16, 2021, 11:18 a.m.

The coalition will add 18 million users across 25 different countries to Layer’s platform. At the same time, UBA will provide banking services in different jurisdictions from one central platform without altering core banking systems.

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Cashless Economies- Fact Or Fiction?


June 10, 2021, 3 p.m.

Ghana is also making significant and progressive strides, driven by the government’s digitisation plan, which has seen the introduction of Mobile Money Interoperability (MMI), the launch of the National Universal QR Code, and other payment system projects in partnership with banks, telcos and fintechs

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The Significance Of Digital Currencies In Ghana


June 10, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

One may ask, what are CBDCs? Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) are digital currencies created by Central Banks backed by their country's local currency, which still maintains their properties as a legal tender and a store of value just as cash.

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