Could Olumide Soyombo's Voltron Africa have been the most prolific local VC firm on the continent for 2022? Here is a list and an analysis of all the 53 startups that Voltron invested in.
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How to be an angel investor with less than $3,000: Join an angel network, join a syndicate or angel group, and use tokenized equity platforms like GetEquity and WeFunder.
Co-founded by Olumide Soyombo and Abe Choi, Voltron Capital will deploy capital in up to 30 African startups across a range of sectors and markets.
GetEquity announces a pre-seed investment round led by GreenHouse Capital.
Despite the overwhelming amount of foreign funding, Nigerian investors were responsible for nearly one-third of the investments in Nigerian startups.
Silicon Valley investor, Derek Distenfield writes about his visit to Lagos and his thoughts on Africa's fastest-growing tech hub
Olumide Soyombo is one of Nigeria's leading angel investors. He has invested in over 26 companies that are still active including Paystack which was acquire by stripe.