Fintech startup Dash raises US$500,000 to simplify remittances, announces plans to launch in Kenya and Ghana

KENYA – Fintech startup Dash App has raised US$500,000 pre-seed financing to expand its operations to Kenya and Ghana. 

Founded in 2019 by Prince Boakye Boampong, Dash App, allows users to simplify money remittances, bill payments and allow them to send, receive, spend, and save their money, all in a single app. 

Sending and receiving money to/from a dash user is free and users can send money across countries instantaneously and one can also send money to any Mobile Money user, 80% cheaper than traditional means.

Dash also allows users to send money to bank accounts and PayPal accounts instantly and cheaper as well.

For Bill Payments, Dash App allows users to pay, automate and split bills with friends. You can buy airtime, pay for your Zuku, KPLC Postpaid and Tokens, DStv, GOtv, StarTimes, Safaricom Home and Nairobi Water bills. You can even automate these bills; we will notify you 5 days before the bills are due.

Users can also use Dash for business payments such as Paybill accounts & Buy Goods Till numbers straight from the Dash app.

Dash is also currently participating in Techstars NYC accelerator.

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