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Last month, we talked about the difficulties mobile payment systems have experienced in breaking into emerging markets, and why the challenge for Bitcoin penetration would thus seem to be even greater. Despite a seemingly massive opportunity which we
Mr Patrick Ruchoine, Ms Anne Wairimu, Mr Antony Kirwa, Mr Patrick Githinji and Mr Julius Njoroge denied the charges and were released on a total bond of Sh250,000 and surety of similar amount. The court heard that the five approached M-pesa agents in
M-Pesa is viewed as a uniquely Kenyan achievement globally, yet the annual licence fee was paid to a UK company, while the servers were in Germany...I have always thought it a bit curious that Safaricom has a service that offers cloud computing to
Bank on Monday launched mobile money transfer and payment service 'M-Pesa' in Assam and other North Eastern states...Business head-in Assam and North East, Pushpinder Singh Gujral said the service would now be available in over 350 towns, 130 Tehsils,
In Summary KCB becomes the second bank in the country to use M-Pesa from which customers can borrow and save money without opening a bank account KCB says it is working with immigration department and using M-Pesa data to verify customers'
Pakistan through its ex-servicemen members, who are found all over the country...The extremists have started targeting the minorities also, especially their places of worship and it would, therefore, be quite in order to provide similar security to
Smartphone use in Africa is on the rise, and major mobile makers and distributors are starting to pay attention to the emerging African market by producing devices that cater to the needs of the developing region. How will increased smartphone use
PESA asks masses to change their destiny through power of votes Change possible when merit remains only deciding factor in elections: Vice Admiral Ahmad Tasnim Cases against
Former military leaders express anguish, sorrow over Joseph Colony incident Hazara killings termed ethnic genocide; inaction brings humiliation to Pakistan PESA
She was preyed upon by fraudsters despite repeated warnings by different companies that con men were on the prowl. While attending to her chores at home, some fraudsters called her, telling her that she had won a huge amount of money in a competition.