How your organization can benefit from Bantu

How your organization can benefit from the Bantu Network.
Developing economies needs a blockchain infrastructure solution to manage its digitised assets, commodities and resources which can then be tokenised to enable seamless transactions between all users within the
Bantu blockchain ecosystem.
Users and organisations will be able to easily deploy their tokenized projects, products, or services on the Bantu Network and through tokenisation, reach a global audience in real-time.
Bantu has identified six customer profiles for its launch and these customers will be able to create Decentralized Applications (DApps) that will leverage the Bantu Network and tools to create more value and efficiencies within their ecosystems. These customers will be the first movers from Africa within the emerging
global Blockchain technology ecosystem.
These customer profiles are:

  1. Developers
  2. Token Creators
  3. Node Operators
  4. Financial Institutions
  5. Regular Wallet Users
  6. Enterprise Users (non-financial)
    For customers looking for financing or looking to unlock liquidity (livestock, crops, minerals, commodities,
    stock, real estate, energy, transportation, healthcare), Bantu provides the platform for these category of users
    to access to more liquidity, by helping them to tokenize their securitized assets and expose them globally via Bantu’s decentralized exchange platform.
    Businesses involved within manufacturing, e-commerce, agriculture, etc. are typically focused on their local economies and are always seeking to expand their reach through exports of goods and services.
    Bantu will help them by facilitating cross border transactions through a variety of payment options and secure transactions, with KYC//AML capabilities. Bantu will also support frictionless peer-to-peer payments that are fast, low cost with real-time settlement without any risky middle-men.
    The economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had significant impacts on the global financial services industry. While the importance of electronic transfers is surging, current digital instruments are beyond the reach of the poorest and most at-need in Sub-Saharan Africa where over 80% of adults are still
    financially excluded.
    One of Bantu’s core missions is to improve the lives of the unbanked and underbanked populations by working with strategic partners within the financial services sector to build a more open, inclusive and empowering payments ecosystem. It is an enormous undertaking but with the current leadership team’s experience, passion and vision, Bantu and its ecosystem of users are destined for success.
    The Bantu Blockchain Foundation is a proud supporter of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a strong focus on SDG 9.
    Read more here Medium

Thanks Kunle for this easy to read post. It puts well the value Bantu will bring to the imergenging markets to benefit the people directly.


Tbh I am relly stil grateful this is coming from Africa and also proud of being part of human empowerments and opportunity’s from Bantu. . Bantu is becoming a testimony :pray:t4:✓:rocket:


Truly Bantu is a great testimony to the world at large. This is a pure and direct human empowerments initiative coming to us on a platter of Gold


This your statement is Divine oo .
Lol, omor, :joy::face_with_hand_over_mouth:

Lolz… u are funny :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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You are right. This is an helping hand to us

@Lerato Bantu Blockchain foundation is empowering Africans to build and export tech solutions rather than import.

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