Wealth Migrate can be regarded as the world’s leading global investment real estate marketplace. Scott Picken, CEO, discusses the company’s cutting-edge technology as well as the importance of adopting technology on the continent.
"We launched our blockchain solution at the Finance Indaba last year and now we can build a cryptocurrency, this is the catalyst which will enable us to get it to the $1 investment, which we believe will help bridge the wealth gap," says Scott Picken, founder and CEO of Wealth Migrate, a silver partner at the Finance Indaba Africa 2017 on 12 and 13 October 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
JOHANNESBURG — Technology is becoming a disruptive force in many sectors, as seen with the impact that the likes of Uber and Airbnb have each respectively had in the transport and travel spaces. But property sales – and particularly the funding of commercial property developments – are also primed for disruption.
So, what would you tell your younger self about money? Here, in the hopes that it might be helpful to you on your own journey, I decided to pick one thread and this is one related to investing.
Global online real estate investment marketplace, , has entered the South African property market through an online investment platform.
Wealth Migrate, a global online real estate investment marketplace with representative offices in Cape Town and Centurion, has announced their entry into the South African property market through their online investment platform.
Global online real estate investment marketplace Wealth Migrate has announced its entry into the South African property market through its online investment platform.
South African-based mobile payment providers FinTechs Zoona and Wealth Migrate have placed in KPMG and H2 Ventures’s FinTech 100 for 2016 list of the most influential startups in the space.
An African mobile payments business that helps emerging entrepreneurs to provide much needed financial services in their communities has been included in the latest FinTech 100 list compiled by KPMG.