This blockchain platform aims to bridge funding gap, facilitate financing for businesses


East Africa is the hub of entrepreneurship, at least going by the World Economic Forum’s latest report but access to finance is still the biggest challenge for many start-ups in the region. CNBC Africa’s Arnold Kwizera spoke to Abraham Banadawa, Founder of Utilis Ventures, a block chain based funding platform trying to find a solution to this.

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