What is Yellow Card?

Yellow Card is a cryptocurrency exchange that offers the safest way to buy and sell bitcoin and also send, receive and store your crypto with your bitcoin wallet on Yellow Card.

Our mission is to enable financial inclusion for all.

As a centralized cryptocurrency exchange, we aim to globalize financial instruments by bringing these tools and resources to all areas of the world that live without them. We’re doing this by providing opportunities to anyone, anywhere in Africa.

Financial Inclusion for all

Financial inclusion is at the core of everything we do at Yellow Card. We’re banking the unbanked. Using Nigeria as a case study, restrictive forex policies by the country’s Central Bank coupled with the Naira’s volatility and high foreign exchange rates by banks have made crypto exchanges such as Yellow Card far more preferable as it is more cost-effective.

We’re Building A Network!

We’re connecting our systems to:

  • The world’s leading blockchains
  • Bank transfer networks
  • ATM Networks
  • Mobile Money Systems
  • Physical Store Networks
  • Agent Networks

Yellow Card is currently headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States and is present in 16 African countries namely, Nigeria, Kenya, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Uganda, Zambia, Côte d'Ivoire, Gabon, Senegal, DR Congo, Congo, Malawi, Ghana, and Rwanda.

What We're Not

  • We are not an investment scheme
  • We do not offer a trading terminal in the conventional sense
  • We do not offer a decentralized digital asset exchange (DEX)
  • We do not provide institutional-grade analysis or reports.

Working at Yellow Card

We’re a team of early adopters, tech geeks, and crypto enthusiasts who understand the true potential of Blockchain technology and the impact cryptocurrency will have around the world. Our mission is to make it easy for anyone, anywhere to enter the global economy and take back control of their money.

However, we couldn't do any of this without putting people first. We urge you to join us to make an impact.

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