This app will enable consumers from both metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas to have continuous digital access to avail and manage products & solutions in a secure, streamlined, and simple manner.
The toolkit is a product of the ITU Security Lab for Digital Financial Services. By working with the lab, regulators in emerging economies can ensure secure infrastructure and applications to expand financial inclusion.
World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) yesterday launched a new initiative that allows credit unions in emerging markets to test innovative digital products and solutions that could benefit members and attract new customers.
The AI-driven nature of Crendly’s API will extend new capabilities to financial institutions by adapting and growing with new data to allow them transcend traditional boundaries in credit provision.
Blockchain plays a pivotal role in the success of this microfinancing model, from transparency, security, and efficiency to serving as a strategic tool in capital markets and global financial inclusion.
The strategic partnership aims to facilitate financial inclusion by providing consumers and businesses with a new and effortless way to conduct e-commerce transactions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.