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We will do to money what emails did to physical letters – Patricia founder


A Nigerian technology and fintech company Patricia has reaffirmed its commitment to making business and physical transactions truly cashless in a few years’ time through bitcoins and cryptocurrency.

The company said they are in business to usher Africa into the digital age.

“We are here to usher Africa into the digital age. Imagine what email did to sending letters, we believe that money is going to be largely digital in a few years and when that time comes, Patricia is going to be at the forefront of the evolution,” the company noted in a recent interview.


At the core of their operation is trading in digital assets. Assets, meaning an entity that holds value, purely digital and not physical.

Some of their services include buying, selling and storing of bitcoins; buying and selling of gift cards; they have a device which can help customers find any lost item called “HANK”; there’s also a product known as Patricia Refill which allows users convert airtime to cash; and PatriciaPay, a payment solution where users pay with bitcoins and so much more.

The company also launched a new brand called Room 19, a high end fashion brand, which is a gateway to huge malls housing major fashion brands. With Room 19, they want to test the prototype of PatriciaPay, a solution that lets users make payment with Bitcoin. better known simply as Patricia was established in 2017 and registered with Corporate Affairs Commission (C.A.C) as Patricia Technologies Limited.

In 2019 alone, Patricia Technologies Limited processed over N10 billion in transaction volume.


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