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TalentMatch unveils PayDay to bridge payment gaps for African creative

PayDay is a multi-purpose fintech app that enables African creatives to receive, send money globally



PayDay by TalentMatch
PayDay by TalentMatch

The wait is over! TalentMatch on Friday evening rolled out PayDay which is regarded as the fastest and most efficient way for technology talent and creatives throughout the African continent to receive payments from their global or foreign clients within minutes all on their mobile phones or personal computers.

PayDay TalentMatch

The founder/CEO of TalentMatch, Favour Ori, is a young entrepreneur working tirelessly with his team at TalentMatch to ensure accessibility of employment in technology on the continent, with its flagship product, PayDay.

TalentMatch team members include Dr Rex Idaminabo (co-founder) and many other competent African talents. Olalekan Olude, a Nigerian entrepreneur, recently joined TalentMatch as an Advisor, which is another testament to the Startup’s ambition to set new standards in the talent-matching market.

Together, they are working to facilitate cross-border payments in Africa. gathered from a series of Tweets by TalentMatch to announce the launch that apart from this fintech app empowering users to receive salaries from their foreign employers/clients, it also serves multiple purposes like payment of tuition, application and Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fees in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.


…as seen on Google PlayStore

Interestingly, the platform enables you to perform these transactions within one to five days maximum.

You can also use the dollar ($) tag to send money to family and friends. This is quite strategic, especially now that the Central Bank of Nigeria has introduced and maintained the “Naira 4 dollar scheme”, where citizens are given back a certain amount of Naira for receiving dollars in their account (home).

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More so, PayDay enables you to hold your cash in USD (for stability) and shop with the Virtual card.

For the crypto fans, you can withdraw money to your crypto wallet (BTC), bank account and Momo account.

Launched in 2019, MoMo Agent expanded its financial services in 2020 for underbanked and unbanked communities to include bill payment, cash deposit and withdrawal, data and airtime purchase and bulk disbursement services

“We support Banks & MoMo in Nigeria, Rwanda and Ghana and offer the best rates in the market”, the team tweeted while testing the waters as withdrawals limit for this week has been pegged between $100 – $350.

PayDay, TalentMatch

Generally speaking, the app is live on iOS and Google Play Stores while the PayDay platform is expected to scale in two weeks.

Interestingly, PayDay has the capacity to automate payroll, benefits, taxes and local compliance in over 50 African countries.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our flagship product, PayDay (@ourPayDay)

PayDay is a Swift, Global Payments solution for Africans that offers an easier, faster, and cost-effective on-demand service to send/receive cash from anyone, anywhere.

Watch out for PayDay!


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