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Autochek joins Africa Money & Defi Summit, Ghana 2022

Launched in 2020, Autochek is an automotive technology company established to build digital solutions to enhance and enable automotive commerce across Africa. The company is currently operational in East and West Africa. With the support of TLcom Capital and 4DX Ventures, Autochek combines technology underpinned by data analytics to deepen auto finance penetration across the continent. Powered by its…

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EMTECH has partnered with SEC Ghana

EMTECH, an award-winning software company and first-of-its-kind provider of central banking infrastructure, has partnered with SEC Ghana to deploy its API-First Digital Regulatory Sandbox Platform to streamline regulatory sandboxing and supervision of capital market innovation. The company’s cutting-edge framework enables the SEC, as well as other regulatory agencies and central banks, to collaborate with emerging…

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Verified.Africa a product of Seamfix joins Africa Money and Defi Summit, Ghana 2022

Africa’s tech ecosystem is pushing the boundaries of what is possible and what’s not. We’ve seen new startups offer life-changing solutions to problems and digital services are improving the way we live and work. At, we’re huge supporters of growth and inclusivity, so we built a platform that enables these startups to reach a…

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Fonbnk joins Africa Money and Defi Summit, Ghana 2022

Fonbnk are the leading global marketplace enabling you to convert your airtime into digital money. And for a limited time, they will even pay you to try us out. Click here to learn more about Fonbnk. We look forward to hearing more from the Fonbnk team at Africa Money and DeFi Summit later this month…

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Verified.Africa is live in Ghana, South Africa and Kenya!

Two years ago, we launched Verified.Africa in Nigeria to help businesses easily verify the identity of customers, partners, and employees. The result? Over one thousand businesses were empowered to grow their customer base faster, prevent fraud and operate with better turnover. Now, with over 300 thousand verifications recorded and incredible feedback from our supportive customers,…

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The Growth of DeFi In Africa – Why Are People Interested?

Article by Elisha Imagine a world where people in developing markets can get loans on demand, have access to high-yield investment opportunities, and move their money freely without restriction. That is the world decentralized finance (DeFi) companies in Africa envision, and they are building it. Over the past few years, several DeFi platforms have launched…

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Fintech Meets Crypto In Africa

Developing markets share several problems in common. One such problem is the inability of most people to have full access or any access at all to the financial system. For example, the unbanked have no access to the traditional system, they are unable to create accounts or use the services of banks, and the underbanked…

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Starbucks Taps Polygon for Its Web3 Experience

Polygon has announced a partnership with Starbucks Coffee Company to provide the blockchain technology to build its recently announced Web3 experience, Starbucks Odyssey. As a result of the partnership, this new Web3-powered experience will allow Starbucks Rewards loyalty program members and Starbucks partners (employees) in the United States to earn and purchase digital collectible stamps in the form of…

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M-KOPA Unlocks $600 Million for Underbanked Customers in Africa

M-KOPA, the fintech platform that provides digital credit to underbanked customers, today announced the release of its 2021 Impact Report.  As a mission-driven company, M-KOPA’s tremendous growth is rooted in commitment to both commercial and social goals. The report presents findings on M-KOPA’s smartphone, solar and cash loan customers across Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and Ghana. While much of…

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Zeepay joins Africa Money and Defi Summit, Ghana 2022
Zeepay is the fastest growing wholly Ghanaian-owned fintech in Ghana focusing on digital rails to connect digital assets such as mobile money wallets, cards, ATMs, Bank Accounts and Digital tokens to International Money Transfer Operators, Payments, Subscriptions, International Airtime and Refugee payments. This is an effort to promote and improve financial inclusion which in turn... Read Article →
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