Klasha 2.0 is the latest version of Klasha, which includes new and updated features of the website interface, commerce products including KlashaWire and payment links. These updates are signaled under a new brand color that is warm, bright, and barely seen in the ecosystem: PINK.
Months ago, during one of Klasha’s brainstorming sessions, Klasha CEO Jessica Anuna and the engineering team created PINK Money, the instant P2P money feature on the KlashaCart app (formerly the Klasha app) where you can send and receive money quickly to other users on the app, with no hidden charges or extra fees.
Famous for its low transaction fees, lower exchange rates, virtual dollar cards, and PINK Money functionality, KlashaCart is a premium B2C solution that users have maxed out and explored in depth. The e-commerce market in Africa is growing tremendously year by year, but African consumers do not have smooth access to the world of e-commerce. With KlashaCart, users will have all their favorite international stores at their fingertips and have a seamless cross-border shopping experience with delivery to Africa in 7-14 days.
In line with Klasha’s mission, Klasha 2.0 provides offers for hassle-free online transactions on the KlashaCart.
The latest features of KlashaCart, courtesy of Klasha 2.0, are:
●KlashaCart. KlashaCart allows users to shop simultaneously from various online stores as an in-app shopping cart feature. With a funded Klasha wallet or virtual Klasha dollar card, users can visit international brands such as ASOS, Zara, Amazon, Nike and more with a single click, allowing them to shop and pay with one unique solution as well as delivery within 14 days.
● New interface design. Despite the popularity of the app’s user-friendly interface among reviewers, Klasha has revamped the app’s interface so that users can have an improved experience. With the redesigned view and eye-pleasing fonts and colors, users can quickly navigate through different aspects of the app and enjoy a great user experience.
Since its inception in May 2021, Klasha has been breaking down barriers to provide Africans with well-deserved cross-border trade solutions. This includes partnerships with Primer, Ecwid, Squarespace, Weebly and others to facilitate selling in the African market.
Jess Anuna, Founder and CEO of Klasha, said: “Given the growing number of digital shoppers on the continent, it is important that African consumers have the same access to the global e-commerce economy as on other continents. . We built Klasha APIs to help more businesses sell in Africa and bridge the trade gap between Africans and the world with minimal effort.
With over 1,700 merchants registered, growing at an average of 20% per month, and over 150,000 transactions processed, Klasha’s mission to provide a seamless commerce experience for Africans has continued to power international and local businesses.
with the solutions they need to grow in Africa. Klasha’s technology offering includes KlashaCheckout, KlashaWire, Payment Links, and KlashaCart.
With the new features and design of Klasha’s solutions, Klasha has reinforced its commitment to simplifying cross-border transactions while connecting the world to Africa and Africa to the world.
Klasha is a technology company that develops cross-border commerce solutions for African consumers wishing to make international payments from the continent and international businesses wishing to sell in Africa. Klasha’s mission is to make online consumer goods and services more accessible to customers across Africa. Klasha has built the KlashaCheckout which enables African consumers to conduct international transactions online across borders in local African currencies alongside a comprehensive toolkit of software products including: KlashaWire, KlashaCargo, Payment Links and KlashaCart. For more information, visit https://klasha.com/.