Blockchain Meets

Cross-Border Remittance

A KrillPay user in the United States can send instant cross-border remittance directly to another KrillPay user in Africa.

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You can also Transfer funds to bank and mobile money accounts in over 10 african countries.

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  • Biometric authentication

    You can use your facial ID as your 2 Factor Authentication. This is to further protect your account from unauthorized intrusion.

  • Complete KYC

    Identity verification using your government-issued IDs such as a driver's license, International passport, or national ID card.

  • 2 Factor Authentication

    In addition to your username and password, you're required to create a 2FA for a second layer of account security.

  • Advanced security

    With Multi-Factor Authentication and Biometric login, your online and in-store purchases are safe and secure.

How it works?

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STEP 1

Easy to sign up

The sign-up process is easy and straightforward. Once you successfully complete a KYC process, you're good to go

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STEP 2

Fund Your Wallet

Use Plaid to link a bank account and fund your wallet. Viola! You're ready to start sending money to your friends and family members.

Money arrives in Minute
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Money arrives in Minute

The fund reaches your recipient in Africa within minutes. No need to travel to the bank and no waiting in a long queue at the bank.

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Our digital bank app

Our digital banking app is currently under development. Join our waitlist and we will notify you when the development is completed and the app is ready for download.


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KRILLPAY IN THE NEWS

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  • SHAPING THE FUTURE OF CROSS-BORDER TRANSACTIONS: THE BLOCKCHAIN REVOLUTION?
  • Leveraging Blockchain Technology

    KrillPay leverages blockchain technology to create a mobile payment app for instantaneous, peer-to-peer international money transfers.

  • Tackling expensive remittances

    By tackling the issue of expensive and inefficient remittances in the Sub-Saharan African region, it aims to meet the needs of the unbanked population.

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