Yellow Card Goes Live in Kenya – You Can Now Buy and Sell Bitcoin in Kenya Shillings


Yellow Card is officially live in Kenya with support for the Kenya Shilling (KES).

Already popular in Nigeria, Yellow Card has now added the Kenya Shillings and it’s excited to bring the world of cryptocurrency to both the unbanked and the overcharged.

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This comes after Yellow Card’s stunning announcement of a multi-million dollar funding seed round that will see the company expand into many more African countries.

Here are the five cryptocurrencies currently available for purchase in Kenya Shillings:

  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Litecoin
  • Bitcoin Cash
  • Dash

Some of the features that make Yellow Card stand out include:

  • 💰 Fund and Withdraw Instantly  – Fund your account in seconds with bank transfer. Cash-out to your bank account and receive it instantly. No more waiting for your money
  • 🚫 Zero Trading Fees  – No trading fees! Rather than sticking you with fees that eat away at your Crypto, Yellow Card actually helps you get more for your money
  • 🔒 Security – The security of our customers’ funds is our top priority. Our distributed system is built from the ground up with streamlined security for both customers and merchants. We use muti-sig wallets to ensure your funds are safe.

With the entrance of Yellow Card, Kenyans now have more options when it comes to buying and selling of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

About Yellow Card

Yellow Card was founded by Chris Maurice and Justin Poiroux in 2016 with the intent to create a Bitcoin gift card. Then, in 2018, Chris and Justin met a man at a Wells Fargo who was trying to send $200 dollars to his family in Nigeria.

The bank charged him an unjust fee of 90$. He decided to undertake the mission of bringing Bitcoin to Africa with the objective of “financial inclusion for all”, and since then with the help of his partner, Munachi Ogueke, they have taken Nigeria by storm with 20,000+ merchants and over $25 million dollars in transactions.

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