XRP Healthcare and The Burnratty Investment Group have unveiled investment opportunities for their African private healthcare venture, focused on mergers and acquisitions in the sector.

The initiative invites individuals and institutions to invest between $300,000 and $3m, for the expansion and improvement of private healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies on the continent.

Interested parties can make contributions in Fiat money or digital assets including USDT and XRP.

The financing garnered will be allocated to the acquisition and consolidation of private healthcare entities.

These entities will run in synergy, deriving benefits from enhanced systems, upgraded medical provisions, and access to top medical professionals.

The venture leverages XRP Healthcare’s blockchain technology, with the XRPH token being integral in enabling transactions within the ecosystem.

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Through participation in the initiative, investors can secure a stake in the potential profits.

XRP Healthcare is a pharma and healthcare platform on the XRP Ledger, using blockchain technology to facilitate fast global payments and boost care access in emerging economies.

The Burnratty Investment Group is dedicated to consolidating the fragmented Ugandan healthcare industry.

It looks to realise this objective by acquiring small and medium-sized stable and profitable businesses.

In October 2023, XRP Healthcare and The Burnratty Investment Group joined forces to establish a $100m fund, which will facilitate the acquisition of 2,000 African private healthcare organisations.

The two organisations are supported in the new initiative by FasterCapital, an investor incubator headed by CEO Hesham Zreik.