Useremit is a mobile payment service that allows people to make real time money transfers from a debit or credit card from all over the world to registered mobile money users in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda. YETU Credit Finance meanwhile offers mobile-based loans for civil servants and other employees.
Atwine describes himself as a financial technology entrepreneur who has worked on many projects in developing economies and says he was invited to speak at the Cashless Africa Summit because of another venture he is working on that will handle payments for utilities, charities, donations and money transfer.
“It’s a game changer. I’ll be announcing it soon,” he says.
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Source: Nigeria Today