MTN Ghana’s MobileMoney revenue exceeds Nigeria’s biggest banks, generated $216.4 million revenue
Nigeria leads mobile app market growth in Africa as use of gaming apps surge 44% from Q1 2020
Lots of insightful and data-packed reports on Africa tech. MTN Ghana’s mobile money revenue exceeds Nigeria's biggest banks - the mobile money registered $216.4 million revenue from MoMo transactions in 2020.
To make it refreshing for Nigeria - Nigeria leads mobile app market growth in Africa as use of gaming apps surge 44% from Q1 2020 per a new report by AppsFLyer.
Away from the reports, working with African governments comes with its own trouble. Ibrahim Jega shared a lesson from selling a blockchain service to African governments. Blockchain???
Before you go, should Nigerian SME’s, especially those in fintech be worried about the speculative CBN regulation?
We’ll live to find out.
Let’s dive in.
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REPORT: MTN Ghana’s MobileMoney revenue exceeds Nigeria’s biggest banks by far
Source: Mobile Money Africa
REPORT: Nigeria leads mobile app market growth in Africa as use of gaming apps surge 44% from Q1 2020
Source: Tech Crunch
PAYMENT: More African producers could easily monetize their music thanks to Amplifihub’s deal with America’s Airbit
Source: Tech Cabal
STARTUP: African Startup Founders: The Special Party Will Begin In Year 2025
FUNDING: African start-ups attract international investors — but need local ones too
Source: Financial TImes
REGULATION: Why Nigerian SMEs, fintechs should be bothered about the new Mobile Money Regulations
Source: Tech Point
REPORTS: Scaling-up off-grid solar across Africa – EIB and International Solar Alliance study identifies solutions to unlock energy access for 120 million households
Source: Social News
BLOCKCHAIN: What we learned from selling a blockchain service to African governments
Source: Tech Crunch
IDEAS: Kenya hasn’t figured out how to put its local founders first
Source: Rest of The World
COMMUNITY: 54gene Launching Trust To Support African Scientists and Communities
Source: Apps Africa
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