The Internet was first imagined to be the liberator of possibilities for the human consciousness. However, about 30 years after its creation, it has become more of a tool to manipulate very large crowds. Hence, the Internet content has become even more controlled and regulated than cable TV. It has, in fact, turned into a necessary asset for spying organizations.

One People Many Ways (OPMW) is an attempt to bring the Internet back to its initial intend, which is to enable people. To be more specific, OPMW goal is to enable consumers in emerging markets so they can take full advantage of the power of the Internet, with the same level of access as consumers in the most modern nations.

OPMW exploits APIs and other integration tools provided by financial institutions such as banks, payment processors, and mobile payments providers. As a result, OPMW is able to propose an intuitive interface for purchasing anything available online to anyone with an internet connection. Although the...
The Internet was first imagined to be the liberator of possibilities for the human consciousness. However, about 30 years after its creation, it has become more of a tool to manipulate very large crowds. Hence, the Internet content has become even more controlled and regulated than cable TV. It has, in fact, turned into a necessary asset for spying organizations.

One People Many Ways (OPMW) is an attempt to bring the Internet back to its initial intend, which is to enable people. To be more specific, OPMW goal is to enable consumers in emerging markets so they can take full advantage of the power of the Internet, with the same level of access as consumers in the most modern nations.

OPMW exploits APIs and other integration tools provided by financial institutions such as banks, payment processors, and mobile payments providers. As a result, OPMW is able to propose an intuitive interface for purchasing anything available online to anyone with an internet connection. Although the consumer could be anywhere, each purchase is sourced in the US, where pricing tend to be competitive and consumer protection is robust. Hence, OPMW satisfies all purchases on behalf of its clients as if they were a US entity.
OPMW also partners with various entities around the world to provide point of sales to its customers. OPMW solution is currently deployed in Nigeria, Senegal, Gambia, Congo DRC, and Congo RDC, Algeria, and Madagascar.

OPMW software manages the currency fluctuations between the dollar (USD) and the local currency of the consumer. In addition, OPMW handles all processing fees applied during the transaction by the various operators: banks, telecom operator, etc. In return, the consumer is only concerned about the net cost of the item purchased and can use the internet as a baseline for pricing comparison in order to find the best bargain.
Such mechanism opens the door to innovation, productivity, and efficiency for entrepreneurship in the most remote corners of the globe. It connects people in ways we have never thought possible. It boosts online contents from places that have minimal internet connectivity. In sum, it disrupts the interpretation of conventional business practices.
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Lamine Ba CEO I am a serial entrepreneur with a specialty in FinTech and payment processing.