Bundle Africa, the artistic and innovative Nigerian social payments and crypto app, has officially launched in Ghana allowing you to now buy and sell crypto on the app using Ghanaian Cedis (GHS).
Speaking about the company’s expansion into Ghana, Yele Bademosi, CEO, Bundle Africa, said:
“We’re super-excited to finally bring Bundle to Ghana. I believe the country has immense potential for crypto adoption. Ghana is the right environment for Bundle to thrive!”
~ Yele Bademosi, CEO, Bundle Africa
Users of the Bundle app can now trade and store the following crypto assets using the Ghanaian Cedis (GHS):
- Bitcoin (BTC)
- Ether (ETH)
- Binance Coin (BNB)
- Binance US Dollars (BUSD)
- Tron (TRX)
- Litecoin (LTC)
- Chainlink (LINK)
- WazirX (WRX)
- Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
The startup is on a mission to launch in several African countries before the end of 2020 and Ghana is the first step towards that direction.
In an exclusive with Bitcoin KE, Bademosi, who has a passion for design and building products for non-technical people, revealed that the company is looking at launching in key markets like Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa.
Bundle Africa has been growing exponentially since its launch in April 2020 with September volumes hitting an all-time high of $14 million.
Currently, the app has close to 100, 000 users in Nigeria alone.
The startup recently launched its latest product, the Bundle Vault, a crypto savings feature, allowing users to earn interest over time on their BUSD holdings.
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