| Nigerian fintech startup, Paga signs strategic partnership with Visa
Two months after its acquisition of the software development company, Apposit, the Nigerian fintech, Paga has signed a strategic agreement with Visa.
Here’s an excerpt from the company’s Medium post announcing the partnership:
“This partnership is in line with Visa’s goals to drive alternative payment channels, in this case, mobile wallets, within its global ecosystem. For Paga, partnering with Visa is one step further in our global expansion plans. Now, all Paga account holders will have access to Visa credentials (physical and virtual cards) tied to their Paga accounts and thus the ability to transact anywhere in the world Visa is accepted.”
Here’s a bonus: Paga is also working on QR codes and NFC for merchant payments and online payments.