African fintech Flutterwave valuation to over $3B after $250M Series D fund

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African Fintech company Flutterwave has tripled it’s valuation with a newly raised $250 million Series D round. The payment company is now worth over $3 billion in just twelve months. The Series D round had in participation lead investor B Capital Group and other participating investors like Alta Park Capital, Whale Rock Capital, and Lux … Read more

Top 6 Best Online Payment Gateways in Nigeria For Businesses and Individuals

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Finding the best payment gateway provider in Nigeria has become an important necessity that cannot be overlooked, whether you’re a business owner, or a trader, or you’re a head of a religious organisation or even an educational institution, everyone needs a secured way to make their transactions

The Top 10 Popular Fintech Companies in Nigeria

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The financial technology space in Nigeria is fast becoming a much more competitive sector as more players keep penetrating the economy; there are now more than 250 Fintech companies in the system.Financial technology (Fintech) is an economic initiative composed of companies or Startups that uses technology to deliver financial services to consumers – the technologies … Read more

Y Combinator Application: Amazing 5 Nigerian fintech startups backed by the Y Combinator

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Since 2009 till date at least more than 20 Nigerian fintech startups have been admitted through the Y Combinator Application, it says a lot about the fintech eco-system in Nigerian and great talents in the Continent. In the 2020 winter batch of the Y Combinator Application, about 12 African Startups were admitted into YC out … Read more

Flutterwave joins the league of Unicorns in Africa after raising $170m, Now valued at over $1b

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African Fintech Company, Flutterwave funding has successfully raised a $170 million Series C. The latest round has now pivoted the payment company’s valuation worth over a billion dollars, becoming the second Fintech Unicorn in Africa in less than 2 years. The Series C round was led by New York-based private investment firm Avenir Growth Capital … Read more