Mobile payment platform in Kuwait
about the project
KEM is an application for exchanging money. The user can send money or request it from a friend
Clients needed an MVP that they could use to present to banks and attract investments.
How it works
The user signs up with a phone number
Enters their credit card info. Users can have one or more cards linked to the app
Transfers money from a linked card to a person on their contact list.
Or requests the needed amount from someone in the contact list
Kem resembles a social network
Clear and friendly interface
a transaction history
a request list
So that the registered users don't have to enter a phone number every time they sign in.
Now users can fill out the information about themselves, see their contact list, customize notifications, and contact support
Allowing users to view the entire history of their transactions
This will let users keep track of their requests and send reminders to their friends
Palette of Kem
At the heart of the KEM color palette is a bright combination of green and purple.
Things that can go wrong when you're working with banks
To make money transactions, the app must have access to the banking systems via API
You need to have a permission to use it
Banks have a closed API, because you can access the financial data of customers through it
Backend that works without real data
We developed the MVP with imaginary data. It was enough to present how the app would work to the banks, and get access to the APIs
Kem will be back
We met the deadline, customers showed MVP to banks. Now we are waiting for access to the API in order to finalize the application and teach it how to transfer real money
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