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Ejara is a mobile investment platform that aspires to democratize investing for all Africans. The platform allows people to buy crypto-currencies, save and soon tokenized assets.
NB: Ejara is non-custodian meaning that we never have access to the crypto-currencies you store in your Ejara wallet. This is done in order to protect you completely from any intentional intrusion or hacking attempt.
Everyone: all you need is an android smartphone + a good internet connection.
The 12 security words are a security feature, a sort of code or password linked to each Ejara account. These 12 security words, which are generated when the Ejara account is created, must only be held by the account owner. These words should not be shared with anyone else, as holding them means direct access to the account. If you have problems accessing your account, these 12 words will allow you to regenerate your account and access it again. It is generally recommended to keep them in a safe place. You can write these 12 words on a piece of paper and put it in a place where only you have access.
Go to backup of keys, click on "I backup my keys", choose manual backup. choose manual backup, you will have visibility on the 12 keywords, you copy them into an agenda and keep them in a safe place then you click validate.
On ejara, you can buy your crypto currencies with:
Nb: For deposits above 200 000 CFA, you have the possibility to make a float deposit and be exempt from the deposit fees of our partner.
On the homepage, go to the Invest tab - click on the crypto of your choice - choose the Buy button - CFA (if you are a client in Central Africa) - Enter the amount and follow the instructions (until you get the Momo or OM confirmation).
KYC stands for "Know Your Customer". This means that a company must collect basic personal information about its customers in order to identify them if necessary. It is also often a requirement of the authorities for companies operating in certain sensitive sectors such as banking, telecommunications, etc. It generally consists in asking or encouraging customers to communicate their personal information such as first and last name, date of birth, identity document (CNI, Passport....), photo.
Once your account is created, you must: