Flutterwave has been focused on helping banks and businesses provide seamless and secure payment experiences while we continue to look for more opportunities to connect their businesses to the global world.
Flutterwave has also identified partnerships as a major factor to achieve our mission and that is why we recently integrated to Ripple Blockchain Network.
Founded by entrepreneur Olugbenga Agboola in 2016, Flutterwave has processed over 140 million transactions worth over $9B to date and serves more than 290,000 businesses including the likes of Uber, Flywire, Booking.com, and Facebook. It is also the African payment provider for Worldpay clients around the world and has a deal with Visa to issue physical and virtual cards and process payments using the US giant’s card rails.
“When Flutterwave was founded in 2016, the payments landscape in Africa was highly fragmented so the goal was to build a pan-African platform that simplified payments for everyone. We look forward to increasing our investments across the continent and deepening the impact our platform has on lives and livelihoods as we take more businesses in Africa to the World, and at the same time continue to bring more of the World to Africa.”
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