Stripe, a US-based technology company in the payments space, has announced the launch of Atlas, a service which aims to make it easier to incorporate a business anywhere in the world.

To assist African startups with the process, Stripe has partnered with a couple of incubators and partners in the continent.

They are Flat6Labs (Egypt); iSpace Foundation (Ghana); Knife Capital (South Africa); L5 Lab (Nigeria); Meltwater Foundation (Ghana); Nailab (Kenya); Outbox (Uganda); and Savannah Fund (Africa).

Through these partners and incubators, African entrepreneurs could use Stripe Atlas to incorporate a U.S. company, set up a U.S. business bank account with  Silicon Valley Bank (the world’s leading bank for tech companies) and start accepting payments with Stripe.

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