Wallet by Telegram and Ivorypay, a crypto payment startup in Africa, have unveiled a strategic partnership aimed at fostering Peer-to-Peer (P2P) transactions and augmenting liquidity for users of Telegram Wallet in key African markets including Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa. This alliance sets the stage for further expansion of these services across the African continent, echoing a shared ambition for heightened financial inclusion and technological advancement in the region.
Earlier this year, Telegram marked its entry into the crypto wallet sphere, and this collaboration with Ivorypay is poised to significantly enhance the ease and efficiency of P2P transactions for Telegram Wallet users in Africa. Under the terms of this partnership, Ivorypay will offer its on/off ramp infrastructure to help facilitate P2P transactions on Wallet by Telegram, ensuring seamless crypto-to-fiat and fiat-to-crypto conversions.
Expressing his enthusiasm, Oluwatobi Ajayi, CEO of Ivorypay, remarked, “The partnership with Telegram Wallet is an exhilarating development. It not only stands as an endorsement of our technology but also resonates with our mission to simplify and democratise digital transactions across Africa.”
Ivorypay, with its innovative fintech solutions, has carved a niche in Africa’s crypto payment landscape, offering a diverse suite of services tailored to both business and individual needs. Among its array of offerings is Mansa
On the other hand, Telegram, one the biggest messaging platforms in the world, will now give millions of Africans using its platform the opportunity access to a broad spectrum of crypto transactions.
This partnership with Ivorypay is a significant stride for Telegram Wallet in its journey towards establishing a robust presence in Africa, a market ripe with potential for digital payment solutions. Together, Telegram and Ivorypay are embarking on a journey to redefine the digital payment ecosystem in Africa, one innovation at a time.
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