Klasha acquires a financial services license in Sierra Leone under the Regulatory Sandbox Program
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With this license, Klasha can now provide financial services to businesses that want to accept payments from or send payments into Africa, in addition to foreign exchange transactions and payment processing.
Klasha's virtual dollar card works for online spending at international merchants like Amazon and can be funded with Nigerian naira. Here is what I observed from creating, funding, using and withdrawing from the card.
Klasha is investing heavily in building a library of e-commerce integrations and plug-ins to allow more global merchants to access African consumers seamlessly.
Klasha wants to build a technology that will grant Africans frictionless access to the global e-commerce economy regardless of their geographic location.
Klasha simplifies borderless payments for commerce in Africa. The company recently launched in Nigeria to deepen its reach.