by Marvin Dumont
Apollo Fintech held an AMA (ask me anything) session last week and answered the community’s questions on various topics.
Here are updates on the progress of Africa initiatives:
“We have been working with [United Allied States, Lesotho and CBZ bank in Zimbabwe],” says Steve McCullah, CEO of Apollo Fintech. “UAS [news] will be out any day. We are waiting on them now. CBZ is also getting down to the wire, but we have other partners in Zim that we should be announcing in the very near future as well.”
UAS as a use case:
Outside of the accomplishments that I can’t talk about yet, that would definitely be the UAS. Extensive development has gone into building the infrastructure needed to support a government. Our best devs have been building these solutions and they have been quite successful.
The reason this is the accomplishment I am most excited about and proud of is because we are the first company to build software to support the entirety of a government. This will not only help us in the UAS but all over the world.
The UAS is an incredible use case.
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