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Changera announces relaunch with exciting new features

Cross-border social fintech “Changera” has relaunched its products with enticing new features including virtual dorm accounts and dollar cards



IT News Nigeria:

Cross-border social fintech “Changera” has announced a relaunch of its product with new features including virtual domiciliary bank accounts and as well as an overhaul of its brand identity.

This is contained in a press statement today, adding that the update is in line with the fintech’s strategy to make money limitless and borderless for Africans globally.


The startup said it “will enable Changera users easily upgrade their account to either a freelancer or premium subscription plan and easily access their Euro, Pound, and USD virtual bank accounts on the app to collect or make payments globally.


Head Changera, Ebovi Wali is quoted as saying that the relaunch now allows the company to better meet the local and international payment needs of its users.

“We also now serve a wider range of users – remote workers & freelancers, small & medium businesses, and African migrants – through our virtual accounts that come with dollar cards. What is unique here is that our users do not have to go through rigorous KYC, queue in a bank, or get a referee to open a domiciliary account or get a dollar card, they can do that in minutes on our app,” he said.


IT News Nigeria gathered that among the features the fintech is rolling out is a referral program to reward its users with cash each time their friends perform transactions on the app for as long as three years. The fintech is also kickstarting a lifestyle-themed online community hosted on the Discord app – “Changers Community” – for its users to interact with each other and catch up with trending information across sports, entertainment, among others.

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Changera, which also provides working dollar virtual cards with over $10,000 limits, and can be funded with local currencies – naira, cedis or Kenyan shillings, announced a new company look that updates all branding assets from its logo, to fonts and brand colors.


Head of Products, Nana Afua said  “our relaunch restates our commitment towards building the ultimate borderless social payments app for Africans. This represents months of work and Changera users can now do a lot more with their money on their app. We have more in line over the next couple of months, but our users can start with this for now”


The fintech offers MasterCard and VISA-issued virtual & physical dollar cards that work on all local and international online/offline payment channels.

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