Scale is vital to creating viable e-payment platforms

Without scale, there’s usually little motivation for consumers and businesses to adopt a particular payment platform

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Fintech companies have struggled over the years to gain traction, due to the maturity of formal banking and lack of scale 🔒

Without scale, there’s usually little motivation for consumers and businesses to adopt a particular payment platform

26 October 2020 - 19:07Mudiwa GavazaWith the rise of fintech, SA needs a system that integrates different payment systems. But control exercised by formal banking companies may not be the best way forward for smaller players.Fintech companies have struggled over the years to gain traction, due to the maturity of formal banking and lack of scale.

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