This mobile payment infrastructure provides a pathway for international businesses to accept transactions in the African continent. DusuPay addresses the 80% of African adults who prefer to pay via mobile banking over bank cards and bridging resulting problems.
DusuPay makes it easier for global enterprises to do business in more than one African country. Most countries in Africa have multiple prominent banks and monetary services and national borders and telecom provider issues have further complicated matters. This mobile payment infrastructure removes bottlenecks and integrates multiple payment methods including credit and debit cards, Bitcoin and PayPal.
The startup initially launched in Uganda and now has a presence in Cameron, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania and other African countries. DusuPay has also expanded into developing markets in India and the Philippines.
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