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Cameroon: Local startup Adwa introduces AdwaPay which agregates almost all digital payment solutions

Cameroon: Local startup Adwa introduces AdwaPay which agregates almost all digital payment solutions
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 30 July 2019 16:12

(Business in Cameroon) - Thanks to its startups, recently, Cameroon got many digital payment apps and platforms. However, most of them were just connected to only two or three payment solutions.

This is not the case for AdwaPay developed months ago by local fintech Adwa. This mobile app aggregates most of the digital payment solutions available in Cameroon namely, MTN Mobile Money, Orange Money, Express Union Mobile, bank cards and even PayPal.

With the app, users can make various transactions like pay for various invoices and book services.

According to Adwa, which has developed numerous apps to facilitate people’s life, AdwaPay guarantees transactions’ security since the startup subscribes to Digicert’s yearly cyber insurance package. This package offers $1.5 million in compensation for every single transaction.  

Brice R. Mbodiam

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