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22 Apr
Infinix today launched the Infinix Wallet, a digital wallet app co-developed with mobile financial services platform PalmPay, with the aim of building a multi-dimensional digital life ecology for Infinix smartphone users that integrates financial services and various payment scenarios into a simple and secure ecosystem. Infinix aims for mobile phone users to have the ability to easily complete credit and balance account applications, mobile phone top-ups, daily shopping, money transfers, and more with simple operations on their mobile phones making their digital finances simple and secure.
1 Dec 2019
Nigeria’s Financial Technology (Fintech) community has received a boost of $40m seed fund.
31 May 2019
PalmPay, a new player in Africa’s fintech industry, said it has partnered with Visa, global payments technology company, to advance financial inclusion across Africa, through access to real time digital payment services.
14 May 2019
Visa, the global payments technology company, and PalmPay, a new player in Africa’s Fintech industry, have announced a partnership...

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