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At the Africa Money & DeFi Summit in Ghana, 10 startups have been chosen to pitch


The Africa Money & Defi Summit, an African event for fintech, decentralized finance, mobile money, and crypto, has announced the final shortlist of exciting ventures that will pitch live on stage in West Africa to more than 400 fintech and crypto leaders on September 27th and 28th in Accra.

Pitch Live West Africa has received more than 200 applications. Its goal is to show off the best fintech, cryptocurrency, and Web3 ventures from all over the continent and connect them with leading investors, corporations, and business opportunities. 

We are so happy with how well our most recent Pitch Live went, and we can’t wait to show off these new Web3 and fintech businesses.

After the success of this year’s Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi, where several Pitch Live ventures closed rounds after pitching, Andrew Fassnidge, the founder of Africa Money & Defi Summit, said, “Our goal is to continue to drive investment and connect ventures, investors, and partners.”

Businesses from all over the continent sent in applications, and the following ones were chosen to take part.

Kotani Pay: Offer a suitable technology stack that links Blockchain protocols to local payment channels. This lets more people in Africa use apps that use cryptocurrency.

The Realest Token: The Realest Club develops new ideas by combining real estate and NFTs to make pioneering NFTs. The goal is to ensure everyone has the exact chances to investments. 

KORIX: The DEFI app was made so Africans could use CFA cash to buy KRX tokens. Letting them bet it for NFT badges gives them real-world benefits and discounts on products and services from certain partners.

Tokay Finance: Defi Neobank in Sub-Saharan Africa for microfinancing and social protection programs.

Review: Helping businesses make more money by improving customer interactions and creating an all-in-one platform for recurring payments and collections infrastructure in emerging markets, focusing on Africa.

Zanu: The platform lets MSME retailers in Sub-Saharan Africa get credit to buy inventory.

Crunch Network is the first platform of its kind that is tokenized and decentralized on an African and global scale. The organization’s primary objective is to provide capital protection and income improvement solutions to retail investors.

Biopower offers a modular ecosystem of web3 and blockchain infrastructure to help businesses build solutions that use blockchain. We are building modern critical infrastructure to support the blockchain and create the next generation of financial services.

Mazuma is a mobile money payment system that uses a distributed secure infrastructure and cryptocurrency to make payments smooth.

Jamborow is a SaaS platform that uses digital KYC and gives financial services to people in Africa who don’t have or don’t use banks.




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