Africa: Backed By Greycroft, Klasha Gets $2.4m to Improve Cross-Border Commerce in Africa

Analysts say the value of e-commerce in Africa is expected to reach $29 billion next year, yet Africans still find it difficult to make international payments for products online.

Cards, M-Pesa, bank transfer and mobile money, are the most common methods Africans use to make payments. But while various payment gateways have provided better experiences than how things were, say, a decade ago, there's more work to be done.

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