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Fintech | SA start-up targets Nigeria for Blockchain-based Money Transfer

Nigeria has been selected among African countries targeted by South African Fintech start-up, Vio Digital, using blockchain for transfer money. The South African Fintech start-up, Vio Digital, says it is using blockchain to make it easier for people to transfer money from person to person anywhere in the world, introducing a new method of international […]

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FinTech | Mastercard opens applications for Nigerian startups

Mastercard says it is requesting applications from Nigerian fintech startups to begin its Start Path 2018 programme under the payment technology company’s initiative to reshape the future of commerce. Start-ups will have the opportunity to present their business proposals to the Start Path judging panel on April 9 in Lagos and selected startups will present […]

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Lagos hosts Angel Investor Summit Wednesday

  The Lagos Angels Network (LAN) in partnership with the African Business Angel Network (ABAN), DEMO Africa and Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), will Wednesday host “The African Opportunity: Angel Investing in Africa” Investor Summit at DEMO Africa 2015 in Lagos. The Lagos Angel Network (LAN), an association of investors committed to providing mentoring, access to business networks […]

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TECH+ 2015: Jumia CEO to African start-ups: Get your basics right, venture capital will find you

With the support of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) platform in Nigeria, thousands of Nigerian youth with brilliant ideas have taken the arduous road to establish hi-tech start-ups which they believe would accelerate the country’s emergence as a strong force in the digital economy with footprints around the continent and in the world. Needless […]

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