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SparkPoint and KiwiGo AMA Session: The Recap

Introducing the KiwiGo Project to the #SparkyCommunity

What is KiwiGo?

KiwiGo is a super-app for frontier markets that provides a wide array of services empowering local businesses and individuals in their daily lives, from e-wallet, ride-hailing, food and grocery delivery and, last-mile delivery. They aim to breach the gap between frontier markets and the rest of the western world by bringing technologies and services that improve lives and create new opportunities.

The Recap

The AMA Session with #SparkyCommunity

Q: What major partnerships does KiwiGo intend to use or how does KiwiGo bring its products to the average consumer — especially non-crypto users?

“KiwiPay started in 2016, our company works with central banks for 5 years now, the crypto is a tool for our development. We see ourselves working on this project for the next 15 years at least. Today we have done 1% of goal to promote adoption of financial services and crypto in frontier markets”

Q: What are your top 3 things for priorities in 2021? Could you share some plans for the upcoming year?

“The priorities are to keep expending our merchant network using partnership with banks and fintech as well as keep expanding geographically, last months we incorporated in Uganda , this month we are starting in Tanzania.

Q: What is the structure of this project, is it decentralized or an open-sourced protocol where everybody can contribute? If so, how does the governance plan being handled?

“The real life use case is payment , we want people to be able to pay on our merchant network using our QR code with crypto. Today you can do it with E-wallet, we are working closely with central banks for crypto adoption especially in Africa where the government is more crypto friendly.”



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