With the announcement of WiPay entering the Jamaican market come out and hear from its founder and CEO of this new payment platform. What are the possibilities for growth in the mobile currency market with the reveal of new players such as Facebook's Libra and when will we start to see widespread usage of mobile payments for everyday transactions within the Caribbean.
Aldwyn Wayne graduated from Georgia College & State University with a Bachelors degree in computer science and Masters of computer applications from the University of Georgia He was the founder and CEO of Coldwater Software Technology from 2009-2015.
He is from the twin Island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
WiPay was created in 2016 as a direct result of a persistent problem. The Caribbean faced challenges with digital payments and the lack of ‘financial inclusion’ for the majority of persons. WiPay developed a uniquely ‘inclusive’ platform that is secure, flexible and simple to use. WiPay allows anything connected to the Internet to move money quickly, safely and easily for the ‘Banked’ and for the ‘Unbanked’. WiPay integrates with existing legacy systems to bring payments over the Internet to any industry, taking advantage of the latest developments in technology; built on the blockchain making it safe and secure. WiPay is the number one payment platform in the Caribbean empowering people to accept and make payments online using all forms of payment in local currency.
The Company has raised 1.5 million USD over 2 funding rounds and acquired WiFundyou in December 2017.
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