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The landscape of the Nigerian fintech industry witnessed a significant development recently as Bundle, a popular social payments app, announced its decision to shut down its crypto exchange arm. 

The move comes as part of a strategic restructuring plan by the company’s shareholders to focus on its core offering, Cashlink. Let’s delve into the details of this announcement and its implications for Bundle’s users and the Nigerian crypto community.


In a recent statement released on July 20, Bundle revealed that it would cease its crypto exchange operations. The decision to restructure the business aligns with the growing significance of the Web3 and blockchain community. 

Bundle’s shareholders recognize the evolving needs of the ecosystem and have decided to shift their focus towards providing payment solutions that cater to these demands.

The decision to shutter its crypto exchange services means that Bundle users will no longer have access to certain functionalities within the app. 

Effective immediately, users will no longer be able to sign up to the Bundle platform, deposit assets into their Bundle wallet, or conduct asset swaps within the wallet (with the exception of Tether USDT).

Additionally, users who lack Nigerian naira or other fiat on the Bundle platform will not be able to withdraw their assets using Cashlink.


Bundle understands the importance of facilitating a smooth transition for its users. 

As such, the company has outlined a timeline and process for users to withdraw their assets from the platform successfully. 

All Bundle users are advised to complete their asset withdrawals on or before September 12, 2023.


While Bundle bids farewell to its crypto exchange services, the company remains committed to providing payment solutions that cater to the needs of its users. 

By focusing on Cashlink, Bundle aims to enhance its offerings and deliver seamless payment solutions to its growing user base.


The decision to shut down its crypto exchange services reflects the evolving dynamics of the Nigerian crypto community. 

As the crypto landscape continues to evolve, users seek more specialized and tailored services to meet their financial needs. 

Bundle’s shift towards prioritizing payment solutions underscores the importance of adapting to the changing demands and preferences of the market.


Bundle’s announcement to close its crypto exchange services marks a significant milestone in the Nigerian fintech industry. As the company pivots its focus towards Cashlink, users can expect enhanced payment solutions that cater to the evolving needs of the Web3 and blockchain community. 

While the crypto exchange arm may be coming to a close, Bundle’s commitment to delivering seamless and user-centric payment solutions remains unwavering. 

As the Nigerian crypto community evolves, the industry is sure to witness further innovative developments from fintech companies like Bundle, shaping the future of digital payments in the region.