Chipper Cash Reportedly Looking to Support Bitcoin Trading on Its Platform

Chipper Cash Reportedly Looking to Support Bitcoin Trading on Its Platform
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    Last updated on April 14th, 2022 at 11:17 am

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    Bitcoin Trading on Chipper Cash may become a reality months after it was added as a payment option on Binance P2P for Kenyans, South Africans and Nigerians amongst others.

    The debut cross-border payments mobile application for African countries including Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda is reportedly looking to offer Bitcoin Trading.

    Register on Binance to Buy Bitcoin with Nigerian Naira

    Chipper Cash allows instant and fast sending and receiving of money between users and across banks, mobile payments accounts etc. It allows it’s users to buy airtime and pay for utility bills through the mobile application.

    Read Also: How Nigerians Buy and Sell Bitcoin Making Money Through P2P Markets in Nigeria.

    Commenting on the new development, Yele Bademosi of Bundle Africa, a crypto social payments App for Nigeria and Africa notes that, “Every African fintech app will support crypto and crypto apps will add more traditional fintech features”.

    Ham Serunjogi, Co-founder at Chipper Cash shared a price index for Bitcoin to Ugandan Shillings purportedly from Chippercash App which is yet to go live.

    Chipper Cash is the largest mobile money cross-border payments app in Africa with over a million users across the continent.

    At present, you can use Chipper Cash to buy and sell Bitcoin with your local currency using Binance P2P for Africans including Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa.

    Chipper Cash enables easy buying and selling of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for Binance P2P in Africa which will be very much easier when the cross-border payments platform eventually opens buying and selling of crypto on Chipper Cash.

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