The 2019 Global Fintech Hackcelerator organized by the Central Bank of Kenya, in partnership with the Monetary Authority of Singapore, came to a close with 3 blockchain-based startups getting featured among the 15 finalists out of the 45 that applied.
Tenda – https://tenda.world/ – Enabling a pan-african market and infrastructure that will unify payments, settlements, and depositories for securities and exchanges on a regulated consortium blockchain. Linking local wallets to the globe to transfer value and sharing.
Tujenge Pay – https://tujenge.io/ – A digital payments platform running inside WhatsApp Web and on top of blockchain. The platform will enable merchants to receive payments from all over the world. The data collected will be private and will be stored on the blockchain to enable accountability.