Chipper Cash CEO Hints at Possible Bitcoin Trading Support on the Platform with a User Interface Screenshot

???????? pic.twitter.com/HtXfJ6YndQ — Ham Serunjogi (@HSerunjogi) October 3, 2020 The Co-Founder and CEO of Chipper Cash, Ham Serunjogi, has excitedly tweeted a bitcoin trading interface on the Chipper Cash app. The screenshot clearly shows a bitcoin buy and sell interface and price movements section over a period of time in Ugandan Shillings, likely a feature in development. SEE ALSO: Chipper Cash, the Popular African Payment Method on Bitcoin P2P Marketplaces, Raises $13.8 Million to Expand Operations in Kenya and Nigeria In an effort to possibly ensure the platform is KYC-compliant before announcing support for bitcoin trading, all account holders on Chipper Cash are now required to verify their accounts otherwise they will not be able to use the platform. The limitation on unverified Chipper Cash accounts means that users will not be able to: Cash in Cash out Send payments till they are verified Non-compliance to the above means that unverified Chipper accounts will experience delays in transacting until they complete verifications. Verified account holders are now required to add identification information that include: Nationality Country of residence Country of birth City of residence Over the last few months since raising $13.8 million to expand operations in Kenya and Nigeria, Chipper Cash, one of the most preferred money transfer service for cross-border African crypto traders, dramatically raised its exchange rates thereby cutting off a lot of bitcoin transactions that were happening, especially between the two countries. This move resulted in a huge decrease in transaction amounts on many exchanges, particularly P2P platforms like Paxful, that experienced huge volume declines. With over 3 million users, Chipper Cash offers mobile-based, feeless, P2P payment services in 7 African countries: Ghana Kenya Nigeria Rwanda South Africa Tanzania Uganda The payment service is used on popular P2P bitcoin marketplaces like Paxful, Binance, and LocalCryptos across Africa. You can now buy and sell #Dash cryptocurrency on @LocalCryptosEN using any of the following methods: – Chipper Cash– Airtel Money– MTN Mobile Money– EcoCash– M-PESAhttps://t.co/zecv2wzYjd @Dashpay pic.twitter.com/H0aKUaYjjC — BitKE (@BitcoinKE) October 2, 2020 While Chipper Cash has not commented on this matter, it is also highly likely that this decrease in volumes has also resulted in a decrease in trading volumes on the platform and thereyby affecting the startup’s revenue. Whether support for bitcoin trading comes onto the platform remains to be seen. However, based on previous trading volumes, support for crypto is going to see a remarkable increase in Chipper Cash volumes and possibly even higher revenues if a dedicated crypto service is introduced. NB: BitcoinKE will be following up on this development. Look out for any updates on this unfolding story Follow us on Twitter for latest posts and updates Open a Paxful Bitcoin Trading Account today!

Chipper Cash CEO Hints at Possible Bitcoin Trading Support on the Platform with a User Interface Screenshot

The Co-Founder and CEO of Chipper Cash, Ham Serunjogi, has excitedly tweeted a bitcoin trading interface on the Chipper Cash app.

The screenshot clearly shows a bitcoin buy and sell interface and price movements section over a period of time in Ugandan Shillings, likely a feature in development.

SEE ALSOChipper Cash, the Popular African Payment Method on Bitcoin P2P Marketplaces, Raises $13.8 Million to Expand Operations in Kenya and Nigeria

In an effort to possibly ensure the platform is KYC-compliant before announcing support for bitcoin trading, all account holders on Chipper Cash are now required to verify their accounts otherwise they will not be able to use the platform.

The limitation on unverified Chipper Cash accounts means that users will not be able to:

  • Cash in
  • Cash out
  • Send payments

till they are verified

Non-compliance to the above means that unverified Chipper accounts will experience delays in transacting until they complete verifications.

Verified account holders are now required to add identification information that include:

  • Nationality
  • Country of residence
  • Country of birth
  • City of residence

Over the last few months since raising $13.8 million to expand operations in Kenya and Nigeria, Chipper Cash, one of the most preferred money transfer service for cross-border African crypto traders, dramatically raised its exchange rates thereby cutting off a lot of bitcoin transactions that were happening, especially between the two countries.

This move resulted in a huge decrease in transaction amounts on many exchanges, particularly P2P platforms like Paxful, that experienced huge volume declines.

With over 3 million users, Chipper Cash offers mobile-based, feeless, P2P payment services in 7 African countries:

  • Ghana
  • Kenya
  • Nigeria
  • Rwanda
  • South Africa
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda

The payment service is used on popular P2P bitcoin marketplaces like Paxful, Binance, and LocalCryptos across Africa.

While Chipper Cash has not commented on this matter, it is also highly likely that this decrease in volumes has also resulted in a decrease in trading volumes on the platform and thereyby affecting the startup’s revenue.

Whether support for bitcoin trading comes onto the platform remains to be seen. However, based on previous trading volumes, support for crypto is going to see a remarkable increase in Chipper Cash volumes and possibly even higher revenues if a dedicated crypto service is introduced.

NB: BitcoinKE will be following up on this development. Look out for any updates on this unfolding story

Follow us on Twitter for latest posts and updates

Open a Paxful Bitcoin Trading Account today!