Following the recent merger of Kiwi Pay Group and Meal Temple Group, KiwiGo launches its KGO token and gets listed on world popular exchanges such as IndoEx, CatEx, AzbitEx, DexTrade, and others. KiwiGo is a super-app for frontier markets that provides a wide array of services empowering local businesses and individuals in their daily lives, from e-wallet, ride-hailing, food and grocery delivery, news aggregator, classifieds to in-app. PoS services, available in more than 20 markets in Africa and Asia. KiwiGo token KGO is introducing the T.E.S. principle, bringing Technology, Economy and Society together to empower under-represented markets with fast-growing economic opportunities.
Backed by a strong team of entrepreneurs from various businesses in emerging and frontier markets, with a large experience in logistics, fintech, product development, and marketing, the KiwiGo team is also supported by ambassadors with extensive experience from renowned organizations such as SoftBank, OCCE, Rocket Internet, and the World Bank.
KiwiGo is launching KGO to tokenize the way local businesses work in these markets, allowing them to create their own ecosystem and bring their own value and ideas to the local economies, with loyalty and cashback systems, tokenization of activities, and providing an access to unbanked users, creating opportunities, creativity and removing boundaries.
The core economical argument is supported by KiwiGo’s ability to make payments across different regions via the super-app and use the KGO token as a tool for those payments. The company has developed extended partnerships with mobile payment operators in those countries, including Orange Money, MTN, FreeMoney, YUP, Airtel, Ecobank, Alipay, CyberSource, WeChatPay, and others. KiwiGo released its KGO token under the BEP-20 standards, which means KGO would be available on the Binance Smart Chain network and the community has now already expanded to more than 7,000 holders since the initial release a few days ago.
“With KiwiGo, we can provide an easier access to jobs and financial services to the unbanked” says Gregory Schmidt, co-founder, and CEO of KiwiGo.
“Our mission is to provide economic freedom to each individual and business in the most challenging economies” explains Maxime Rosburger, co-founder and COO.
A total of one billion KGO tokens would be released eventually, with only 5% of the amount going into public circulation this year (50 million tokens). KiwiGo is planning to allocate tokens to cities it will operate in, in order to reward users with KGO tokens for each transaction.
The token is going to be listed on multiple exchanges this Thursday 25 March, which will allow investors to participate in the company’s vision and development. In the beginning, there will be one pair available for trading: KGO-USDT.
You can find out more about KiwiGO – www.kiwigo.app