WATCH: Rehive's Michael Brink at the African FinTech Awards 2017
Rehive has built a flexible, easy to use platform to attract entrepreneurs
FinTech facilitator Rehive put in a strong showing at the first time of asking in the hotly contested Blockchain and Bitcoin category at the African FinTech Awards 2017, hosted at the Finance Indaba Africa at the Sandton Convention Centre in October.
Rehive has built a flexible, easy to use platform to attract entrepreneurs. However, FinTech additionally attracts enterprises and even governments to participate in innovative ways of solving financial problems. Whether it’s on a blockchain or on a locally hosted network, Rehive Platform is a business logic layer on top of any store of value that covers 60-80% of the requirements for almost any fintech use case. Rehive Platform caters for developers and managers alike. On the one side, managers have full transparency and control of user transactions using the back office dashboard while developers have access to our API, open sourced projects and other resources for easily extending custom features where needed.
The African FinTech Awards is the place for entrepreneurs, bankers, investors and advisors to extend their network and develop business. Don't miss out the African FinTech Awards 2018 featuring pitches by Africa's best FinTech companies, networking possibilities and stand opportunities to witness the future of finance in Africa.
Relive Head of Business Development Michael Brink's pitch below:
“The requirement is if blockchain technology is the first layer, often we see the client interface as the endpoint – the third layer. There is a massive need for a big chunky second layer that can handle all the business logic for not having to build all that from scratch, including the integrations,” said Michael.
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