iHub, Kenyan Tech incubator becomes Africa’s first to digitize all assets.

Kenya’s iHub founded in 2010 has taken the lead in digitizing all of its assets with blockchain tech company Raise.

iHub in KENYAto digitize all assets.

Overview:

A Kenyan incubation Hub, iHub which serves the tech community by connecting organazations and people to build relevant market solutions has taken the first position in digitizing all its assets through partensership with an organization built with a blockchain technologies to secure and organize financings called Raise.  

Incubation Hub partnered with a local startup, a blockchain-based security for frontier markets company called Raise which empowers people to create and manage digital shares and debt.

It is built with the latest technologies to ensure transfers security and compliance globally.

According to Raise founder, “It makes absolute sense for iHub to take this step as it has been a major catalyst for regional technology innovation in East Africa, nurturing one of the most vibrant innovations and entrepreneurship ecosystems on the continent. incubation Hub aims to create an environment of trust and experimentation and in this case, it is leading from the front by securitizing its assets on blockchain technology.”

In addition, Raise founder explains that there are excited to partner with iHub to help them digitally manage and trade assets easy and with security. Using their blockchain security technology.

“We’re excited to partner with iHub to create their security tokens and look forward to the future of creating more accessible and liquid private markets for investors with the use of blockchain-based digital securities in frontier markets,”

According to the iHub director, Were Nekesa, incubation Hub is aiming at making it easy for startups and entrepreneurs to find and raise the capital needed to expand their business.

She adds that she hopes this step iHub has taken will lead the way for other startups to follow as the Raise platform promises to transform the way startups raise money.

Read also: Sheltertech program for start-up acceleration comes to Kenya.

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