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Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company, announced that merchants can now accept eNaira payments from their customers on their platform. This is an addition to other payment methods on Flutterwave, including cards, bank transfer, Barter by Flutterwave etc.

“With our new adoption of eNaira as a payment method on Flutterwave, we’re enabling various payment methods to merchants and their customers to ensure everyone has access to payment solutions that work for them,”
“Flutterwave will continue to strive to be at the forefront of innovation as we develop and implement new solutions to facilitate global payments for our customers.”
                                                  Olugbenga GB Agboola, Founder and CEO of Flutterwave.

The Central Bank of Nigeria created and governs the digital currency known as eNaira to serve as a means of trade and a store of value. Users just need to register and use the wallet through the eNaira mobile app to utilize wallet, which was introduced on October 25, 2021, whether or not they have a bank account. Users can use the app to create one-time tokens or scan QR codes to conduct transactions on Flutterwave.

Global companies, payment service providers, and Pan-African institutions can accept and process payments through any channel thanks to Flutterwave’s technology, infrastructure, and services (Web, Mobile, ATM & POS). Currently, the business operates in Africa, Europe, North America, and other developing markets by offering a range of payment tools that allow more than 1 million businesses to accept payments from their clients in more than 150 different currencies, including the Naira and eNaira, from anywhere in the world. For the benefit of their consumers, Flutterwave merchants can enable the eNaira payment option on their dashboard.

“We’re the payment solution that strives to allow individuals and businesses with various payment needs and requirements to do business, easily. The eNaira feature is important for merchants and customers because it offers an alternative payment method that many users find seamless. It’s a key update to Flutterwave and we continue to look out for opportunities like this to improve our offering to our range of customers.”
                 Azeez Oluwafemi, Flutterwave’s Senior Vice President, Products and Design.
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