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Oct 21, 2022
21-10-2022 12:26:00 | by: Pie Kamau | hits: 116 | Tags: Centurion Invest has partnered with ImpalaPay, a blockchain-based fintech company with operations in 134 countries worldwide and 42 African countries, to advance African mass adoption of digital assets payments to Mpesa, Airtel and Orange. The operation will be conducted under Centurion Invest Kenya entity. The partnership will create a payment & exchange platform that will allow the Pan-African and Diaspora communities to conduct business via peer-to-peer and enterprise transactions using multiple interoperable platforms, including mobile money, cards, and bank accounts, to acquire cryptocurrency and digital wallets, that are used today by more than 500 million people. Centurioninvest.co.ke offers a plethora of digital products that is available to Kenya, Uganda, Ivory Coast, Malawi, and Ghana to start with, will then follow South Africa and the whole Impalapay network. The access to Centurion ecosystem will be mainstreamed thanks to this joint venture opening the doors not only to debit card payments but Mpesa, Orange and Airtel clients will be able to pay on the platform. With over ten years of experience, Impalapay built the first P2P mobile money multi-currency cross-border platform with Bharti Airtel in 2014.The fact is that more than 200 million wallets and over USD 1.8 billion in transactions were powered by ImpalaPay's interoperability between Airtel and Mpesa, UBA, and Africash between 2018 and 2021. Centurion Invest globalized solution, and a genuine need for crypto in Africa, provides perfect opportunities for innovative and disruptive methodologies for mass adoption. Conventional institutions left the unbanked majority in abandon, with Centurion ecosystem, people will be able to benefit from the power of decentralized finance. The relentless CI team has recently announced their exclusive global $CIX Crypto Visa Debit Card. The card is accepted in over 200 countries and can be used across a whopping network of over 70 million merchants. Available in both a virtual version or as a high-quality physical plastic card, users are able to load and top up their digital assets directly from the card management portal, convert crypto to cash and spend at at anywhere they see "Visa accepted" sign. Such products will revolutionize the region and empower all its users, eradicating any type of boundaries. The UN predicts that between now and 2050, at least half of the world's population growth will originate from Africa, which currently has the fastest-growing population. The use of cryptocurrencies is increasing worldwide, and Is Quietly Thriving in Sub-Saharan Africa. [Column] Mia Pieterse: Further fintech innovation requires regulation Traditional banks have monopolised the banking industry for a long time – not just in South Africa, but globally ... read full column here [Column] Lee Wearne: C-suites should drive data strategies to avoid disconnect with business strategy The data strategy must start at the executive level to ensure it aligns with the business outcomes ... read full column here [Column] Susan Sitemere: With cyber fraud on the rise in Zimbabwe, customer security remains essential As online financial transactions are becoming increasingly popular, many Zimbabweans are adopting the use of mobile wallets and online banking services across the country.... read full column here INTERVIEWS. [Interview] Damilare Aregbesola, Developer Relations, Polygon Technology Damilare Aregbesola is in charge of telling the story of Polygon’s scaling solutions to African developers and likewise those of African developers building on Polygon to the world. … read full interview here [Startup Interview] Tesh Mbaabu, CEO, MarketForce, Kenya He is the Co-founder and CEO of Kenyan-based B2B platform for retail distribution of consumer goods and digital financial services in Africa Today … read full interview here [interview] Nixon Kanali, Founder, TechTrendsKE, Kenya Nixon Kanali is a Kenyan-based tech journalist, blogger and digital influencer … read full interview here INDUSTRY NEWS
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