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Nigeria-based payments app Paga bags $10m Series B2

Nigeria-based payments company Paga has raised $10m in a Series B2 round led by the Global Innovation Fund. Read more: fintech.global

Will Global FinTech top guns help Nigeria financial inclusion?

Lagos, once the capital of Nigeria is the largest city in the African continent. It is also the most populated in Africa, has the biggest port in the continent, Read more: dailyfintech.com

Nigeria-based Paystack closes Series A on $8m

Nigeria-based payments platform Paystack has raised $8m in its Series A round of funding. Read more: fintech.global

Mines raises $13m in its Series A round led by The...

Mines, a digital platform designed to help financial institutions in emerging markets offer customers credit products, has raised $13m in its Series A. Read more: fintech.global

Allianz acquires 99% of shares in Nigeria-based Ensure Insurance

Insurance firm Allianz Group has acquired 99.03 per cent of the shares in Nigeria-based Ensure Insurance from the core shareholder Greenoaks Global. Read more: fintech.global

‘Banking industry remains viable despite emergence of FinTech’

Chairman of the Lagos chapter of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), Kola Abdul, has said the changes in the industry will not affect the viability of banks. Read More: guardian.ng

Nigeria-based Lidya closes $6.9m in Series A to support expansion across...

Lidya, an online invoice generation and financing platform, has collected $6.9m in its Series A funding round. Read more: fintech.global

Savings app Piggybank.ng raises $1.1m Seed round

Nigeria-based Piggybank.ng has raised a $1.1m seed round led by LeadPath Nigeria founder Olumide Soyombo. Read more: fintech.global

Nigerian Bitcoin scam makes off with millions (again)

Yet another bitcoin-related scam has ruined the lives of many Nigerians unfortunate enough to have invested in it. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Crypto marketplace Paxful helps Nigerians avoid bitcoin scams

Bitcoin scams are common in Nigeria, but people are finding ways to avoid them. Paxful, the P2P finance platform, works overtime to help them avoid such scams. Read more: bitcoinist.com