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First Kudi Exchange Enters Ghana and Partners Stanbic Bank

Nigerian based cryptocurrency exchange, First Kudi has expanded its services to the Ghanaian market after a partnership with Stanbic Bank.

The First Kudi platform is powered by Ferrum Network now allows users to deposit and withdraw the Ghanaian Cedi. First, Kudi mentioned the importance of the Ghanaian market in their announcement blog post, citing the countries population of over 30 million people and a 9% inflation in 2019.

The article also projected that the First Kudi would be the most comprehensive cryptocurrency app in Ghana.

In sum, First Kudi in Ghana will be the most comprehensive mobile app to invest, transfer, and pay using next-generation blockchain technology.

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First Kudi Partners With Stanbic Bank

To enable a smooth user experience where users can deposit and withdraw, First Kudi has partnered with big Ghanaian bank, Stanbic Bank.

The partnership will allow users to transfer funds from or to their bank accounts to trade Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Ferrum (FRM). Every account comes with a Verve card that can be used for online payments.

Further, Cedi transactions on the app come with zero fees.

Reward Program For First Ghanaian Users

Ghanaian users who sign up to First Kudi stand a chance to win some prizes. The platform has made a reward pool for the first 500 sign-ups.

The rewards will be separated into two payouts, totaling 400 FRM for the first 200 sign-ups, and 200 FRM for the next 300 sign-ups.

Ghanaians who want to take advantage of this promotion can sign up with this unique link

What’s more, Ghanaian users will get the opportunity to participate in a bonus competition for active traders.

The First Kudi application is available on Android and iOS

What do you think about First Kudi expanding into Ghana? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Kojo Owusu

Kojo Owusu has been a cryptocurrency marketer and writer for over four years. He has contributed to several bitcoin and cryptocurrency blogs and resource websites. Kojo is now an editor at BlockNewsAfrica and does ghostwriting for other bitcoin blogs.

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