Meet the winners of the VoguePay/NACOSS hackathon 2017. As lead sponsor of of the event, VoguePay gave prizes more than N300,000 to winners at the event as the company assured that it will help raise awareness about local talents on software development among students of tertiary institutions.
[PRESS RELEASE] VoguePay is organising a hackathon for Nigerian students to demo their innovative business ideas/software solutions that solves real-life challenges.
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Do you love cryptocurrency trading? Here is an opportunity to trade bitcoin and ethereum. Fund your account in Naira to start trading.
Bulk payment allows you to pay a large number of people at the same time. Payment goes directly to their respective bank accounts and only a single transaction fee applies.
Is your SMS not getting delivered? Here are 10 tips to keep in mind when sending bulkSMS to recipients in Nigeria. Don’t let your SMS be seen as a SPAM
VoguePay believes it is time to connect businesses in Zimbabwe with Africa and the world at a scale via its innovative payment platform.
“VoguePay for Schools” is a simple solution that is cost-effective and user-friendly for schools. The platform will enable schools to improve school fees collections as it offers students and guardians convenient options of making payment online.
VoguePay won special recognition award as the Best Fintech Startup as a result of contribution to online payment in Nigeria and Africa in general.
PayPal recently made a policy change causing many international merchants to look for cheaper alternatives. Here are 5 reasons they will choose VoguePay.