BONUS: Can Paxful deliver on being Africa's 'Uber for money'? feat. Ray Youssef

In case you missed it, in 2019, Paxful CEO Ray Youssef hopped on the pod to unpack why Africa was delivering some of his company's most significant business wins.

BONUS: Can Paxful deliver on being Africa's 'Uber for money'? feat. Ray Youssef

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This throwback bonus episode features a chat with Ray Youssef taped in 2019. Ray is Co-founder and CEO of Paxful, a US-headquartered peer-to-peer Bitcoin marketplace he dubbed at the time the "Uber for money" with a mission to “make the poor rich”. (A rambunctious ambition, to be sure.)

That year, Ray was one of the speakers at the Blockchain Africa Conference, and we thought it might be handy to reshare this podcast as a reflection cue for deliberations at this year’s virtual instalment of the event.  Enjoy!

Editorial Disclaimer: Bitcoin Events is the presenting sponsor of this podcast conversation. Bitcoin Events are the convenors of the Blockchain Africa Conference happening online on 17-18 March 2022. African Tech Roundup is pleased to be a media partner to the event. The African Tech Roundup team maintains complete editorial oversight, and opinions expressed by the podcast host, Musa Kalenga, do not necessarily reflect the views of the presenting sponsor, Bitcoin Events.


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