Tap to pay on Danfo? The future of payments on public transport

Episode 124 September 13, 2022 00:55:24
Tap to pay on Danfo? The future of payments on public transport
Techpoint Africa Podcast
Tap to pay on Danfo? The future of payments on public transport

Sep 13 2022 | 00:55:24


Hosted By

Emmanuel Paul Oluwanifemi Kolawole Chimgozirim Nwokoma

Show Notes

Today on the Techpoint Africa Podcast we discuss how to enable a cashless economy in Africa, using Lagos, Nigeria as an example.

Our guests, Co-founders of Touch and Pay (TAP), Afolabi Olamide (CEO) and Micheal Oluwole (Chief Growth Officer), explain how a single card could disrupt the future of payments, starting with the Lagos transport system.

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00:00 - Intro
00:20 - We meet Olamide and Michael
02:47 - What Touch and Pay (TAP) is
06:25 - How TAP has evolved over time
10:24 - How this can help financial inclusion
17:33 - Are there enough people using this solution?
24:12 - Is this payment solution scalable to all forms of transportation?
28:03 - Let's talk numbers
29:53 - Will this work with other transactions?
35:19 - Why use a Cowry card when you have other options?
40:30 - What are the biggest challenges in payments in Nigeria?
46:04 - How has adoption been like?
48:58 - What's the future for this?

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How Touch and Pay (TAP) got 1.5 million Lagosians to adopt cashless bus rides 

This episode was produced by Ogheneruemu Oneyibo and Gracious Sede

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