Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the African fintech ecosystem has remained prime to investors and several African entrepreneurs are joining the buzz of creating convenient solutions for the continent’s increasingly populous consumers.
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Toju is making it easier for unbanked Africans to access financial services without breaking the existing layer of trust
The research publication which is to be launched in September includes a detailed account on the Startup Ecosystem in Egypt, and its progress over the past 5-10 years. The publication is an estimated in-depth analysis detailing the dealings of the Egyptian startup Ecosystem: "who is investing?”, “Who is a part
Digital currencies seem to be gaining quite the popularity with various advanced countries experimenting with it. China has already piloted Digital Yuan in an effort to replace the traditional cash, Britain, the Britcoin. The United States is also experimenting on digitizing the dollar, as well as over 70 other countries
Digital Health Companies are rapidly gaining traction across the Africa continent. Vezeeta, Helium Health, Nawah Scientific, among many others have raised more than USD 20 million in combined funding to facilitate specialized health care delivery and AI-assisted healthcare delivery. Yet, there is a big chink in the market. What happens
Kenya leads many parts of the world in its fintech offerings. As financial services expand rapidly in the country, Bimalab launches an accelerator program to equip talented startup entrepreneurs with essential skills and resources to provide Kenya's low income consumers with insurance services. Kenyan insurers maintained profitability through the coronavirus
Financial technologies have always redefined our lives. 1970 was a great turning point for Fintech in the United States. It marked the establishment of NASDAQ, the world's first digital stock exchange market. By 1980, the rise of Bank mainframe computers gave opportunities to startups to engage in Open banking, Banking