Here are the lucky participants building in Africa:
Jiwe – A Gaming Platform
Jiwe is a virtual platform where players can build, own, and monetize their gaming experiences. Made up mostly of game designers, in 2021, Jiwe said it had 27 games on the platform. The platform is genre, language and platform agnostic, accepting android, PC, and soon, iOS games.
According to Jiwe:
“We’re dedicated to creating the most unique African story-driven games and to be the ultimate developer hub for creating, playing, distributing games in Africa.”
PiggyFiAfrica – A Remittance Platform
PiggyFiAfrica is platform solving money problems for Africans using blockchain. In particular, PiggyFi is developing a remittance platform that is expected to launch in:
To solve problems related to saving and sending money across the continent, PiggyFi is building a blockchain-powered automated P2P payment infrastructure to facilitate:
Easy peer-to-peer money transfers within and outside Africa
Savings in Stablecoins such as Celo Dollar ($cUSD) and $BUSD
On the app, these stablecoins will be displayed as the dollar equivalent and can then be easily converted into a user’s local currency at favorable rates via the P2P exchange system.
About Celo Camp Batch 5
Celo Camp Batch 5 will feature a curriculum designed for:
Workshops with industry experts
A mentorship program
Some of the mentors who will be particing in the program include:
9 Celo Camp Batch 5 finalists will present to the Celo community, investors, and mentors on Demo Day, scheduled for June 14, 2022.
A little over a week later, on June 23,2022, the community will meet the top two winning teams who will receive awards of 10,000 cUSD and 5,000 cUSD, respectively.