Send mobile money to Nigeria and Uganda for free with Bitwala

Send mobile money to Nigeria and Uganda for free with Bitwala

At Bitwala, we believe that money transfers to any part of the world should be simple and convenient. Fast, cheap and secure money transfers are unfortunately still not a widely available option for many people especially in some parts of Africa. When options to make affordable and secure money transfer are limited, many of the unbanked often resort to transfer money the “traditional” way: by carrying it physically from one location to another. While this works, despite the process taking significantly longer, it raises a number of concerns including; people’s safety when carrying money around, charging high transfer and exchange fees and lack of places to receive the money in the first place.

We are on a mission to provide everyone with the fastest, safest and most affordable way to send and receive money to any part of the globe. In our efforts to provide fast, cheap, and reliable money transfer solutions to everyone, we have just launched a solution to send Bitcoin to Nigeria and Uganda.
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Send Bitcoin to mobile money accounts in Africa with Bitwala

Our customers can now make money transfers to mobile money accounts using Bitcoin thanks to our latest product launch. Our BTC to mobile money service is available in four countries and free of charge!

How to send mobile money using Bitcoin for free

Sending mobile money using Bitcoin is super easy. Let us show you how:

  1. Sign up at Bitwala. If you already have an account, simply log into Bitwala.
  2. Verify your account to level 2.
  3. Click on Send Money and create a new recipient.
  4. Choose Mobile Money and select the payout currency of your choice.
  5. Enter the recipient details and amount. Our invoice will pop up at checkout where you can pay in bitcoins.
  6. Go to dashboard to check your payment status once the invoice is paid
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By |March 6th, 2017|Announcements|33 Comments

33 Comments

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  18. MARY EKPENMENE ONAH 2017-03-09 at 14:32 - Reply

    This is good news for me. I can now send money to my folks in Nigeria at a small fee. Please let me know how to begin immediately. Many thanks to #bitwala’s coorperation with Mpesa.

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  24. kiruti 2017-03-15 at 14:12 - Reply

    Interesting

  25. eCurrency guy 2017-03-15 at 19:21 - Reply

    This is an interesting development. It will be interesting to see how it works with Web payment platforms like VoguePay which already connects over 50,000 merchants across 4 continents.

  26. Evans 2017-06-30 at 08:19 - Reply

    doesn’t work. only works with bank accounts and African countries not included

    • Andrea 2017-06-30 at 13:12 - Reply

      Hi Evans, it works just fine. Have you followed the steps in this article? We currently support mobile money transfers to Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda. If you are experiencing problems, please contact support@bitwala.com and we’ll happily sort this out. Cheers, Andrea from Bitwala

  27. James 2017-07-11 at 15:42 - Reply

    Hello,
    How do i send m money to my mpesa account?

  28. Joel 2017-11-20 at 07:42 - Reply

    Bitcoin the future of money.

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