One of Africa’s largest Pan-African Cryptocurrency Commerce – Yellow Card Payments inaugurate space for Businesses to Access African Market
By Abdul Rahman Bangura-
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone– The Pan-African cryptocurrency has published the liftoff of its new Payments API. This new product will facilitate businesses to on-and-off-ramp customers through Yellow Card’s crypto rails.
Yellow Card will permits businesses admission to its exhibition and allotment rails in 16 African nations as well as the capacity to deliver their customers local payment methods through mobile money and local bank transfer.
The Payments API fosters companies to collect and disburse local dictum currency through mobile money and bank transfer while Yellow Card deals with the treasury management and transformation of local fiat to/from Stable coins such as USDT and USDC. The self-regulating changeover to Stable coins protects your business from the volatility of African currencies. This product is excellent for crypto companies and other international companies staring to sever into Africa, remittance companies gazing to function from crypto rails, and FinTechs that desire assistance with treasury management.
Chris Maurice – CEO of Yellow Card told, “Our Payments API is a game-changer for businesses looking to expand across Africa. With one API, you can outsource treasury management, collections, and disbursements across 16 African nations. We’re excited to see the impact this product will have on businesses looking to expand their reach into various African markets”.
Comprehending the significance of pricing in African markets, Yellow Card gives the largely active exchange rates in all nations through the API as well as industry-low fees for using our rails. Yellow Card’s keeping with pertinent laws enables for other businesses to seamlessly broaden into new African states, promotes confidence with customers, and validates their comprehensive prominence.
With the launch of Yellow Card’s Payments API product, businesses presently have the alternative to smudge into a quickly thriving African market. Whether you are a startup or founded company the Payments API product is an extensive antidote for your business desires.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent