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Nigerian Fintech

PalmPay Educates Users Through Monthly Wallet Safety Workshops

As electronic payment platforms gain traction, the need for consumers to be conscious of their online security becomes paramount. Recent data highlights a surge in Nigerians adopting electronic platforms for day-to-day transactions. According to a recent report by the Financial...

Nigerian Unicorn OPay Signs Deal with Mastercard

Mastercard and Nigeria-based fintech unicorn OPay today announced a strategic partnership to extend the service's offerings across more of the Middle East and Africa. The collaboration enables OPay consumers and merchants in the region - including Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Nigeria,...

Standard Bank Taps Nigerian Fintech Unicorn to Drive Digital Payments

Standard Bank, one of Africa’s largest banks by assets, has partnered with Flutterwave, a Nigeria-based fintech unicorn and one of Africa’s leading payments technology companies, to enhance digital payments experiences for its customers in Nigeria, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana,...

Why is Nigeria So Anti-Tech?

The Nigerian federal government has, within the last 12 months, enacted a series of bans and restrictions across a country that has one of the most vibrant tech ecosystems in Africa. Africa's most populous country has a booming tech industry...

Nigeria’s Central Bank Freezes Accounts of 4 Major Fintech Platforms

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has sought to freeze the bank accounts of four major Nigerian fintech platforms, namely Risevest, Bamboo, Trave and Chaka. These four platforms will have their accounts frozen for the next six months, according to...
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Securing Your Public Sector Organization from Cyber Attacks: A Proactive Approach

In an age where the digital landscape is constantly evolving, securing public sector organizations from cyber attacks is paramount....
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