In our last newsletter, we shared that we celebrated Mono’s 3rd anniversary, launched Kuda bank and FCMB connections for Mono Pay with Bank, and implemented some dashboard updates.
For September, we announced Mono Lookup, added the Test Webhook URL feature on the dashboard, featured the Trakka team in a partner video, and more. Keep reading for the highlights.
Company & Product Updates
Introducing Mono Lookup
We have officially announced the Mono Lookup service to businesses in Nigeria. With our Lookup endpoints, you can securely and instantly verify the identity information of users and businesses in real time against user-submitted data like their BVN, NIN, account number, house address, and more. Here's how Mono Lookup works.
Test Webhook URL is live
The test URL webhook feature is live on the dashboard. This allows you to send test webhook events when setting up a webhook for your application or service, so you can troubleshoot any webhook-related issues and check your integration with Mono APIs. Try it out.
Build with Mono in South Africa
Mono is currently in beta in South Africa to power ambitious businesses and developers building innovative solutions with secure and user-permisioned access to customer data. If you’d like to supercharge your products with our Open Banking APIs, get started here.
How Trakka is revolutionizing personal finance management with Mono
The Trakka team is building a personal finance management service that lets users easily track and manage their finances across multiple accounts.
The co-founders, Oluwatimilehin Ogunme and Rasheed Aro shared how they have used Mono to power their MVP to validating their product. Watch the video.
Building a digital lending service with Mono
We recently hosted a developer session on how to build robust lending experiences with Mono APIs. This featured a live walkthrough of how to integrate our APIs with a demo of an MVP lending app.
If you’re building a digital lending service or want to scale your current lending processes, here's a guide to help you.
Lipa Later raises debt funding
Lipa Later announced that it has raised $3.3 million in debt funding. This raise enables them to expand their offerings and continue to provide innovative financing options to customers and merchants in Kenya.