Pan-African neobank Payday has raised $3 million in seed funding
Payday (Techstars ’21), one of Africa’s leading Pan-African neobank, has raised $3 million in seed funding to drive the future of work for the continent.
The funding round was led by led by TeamApt Inc. (now Moniepoint Inc) Inc, with participation from HoaQ, DFS Lab’s Stellar Africa Fund, Ingressive Capital Fund II and angel investors – Dare Okoudjou, Founder and CEO of MFS Africa and ‘Tola Onayemi of Norabase. The investment brings Payday’s total investment to $5.1m, following a $2m+ pre-seed round in 2021. Founded in 2021, Payday is a fintech startup helping Africans send and receive money globally.
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