Is it moral for experimenters to bestow a benefit on one group of people and not another? And what are the risks of unintended negative consequences — creating lasting income inequalities between villages, for instance, or even fueling tensions between the residents?
We hope that the next generation of financial services for
the developing world will offer tangible improvements on the
informal financial management techniques that remain so
popular there. It is our firm belief that the current pace of
innovation in the technology sector will make this possible
Stellar is accepting proposals from innovative organisations that are interested in building upon its blockchain technology to promote global financial access and inclusion.
ConsenSys puts up $50 million to hunt for blockchain solutions to global challenges
Promoting a culture of entrepreneurship to find innovative technology solutions for refugee challenges
A dozen social investors have pooled SFr26m ($27m) to finance the world’s first “humanitarian impact bond”, issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
“Ultimately blockchain is widely an economical system. People are able to become a part of it because it simply requires using internet technology and mobile phone technology, to allow them to be part of something that makes them interesting to the financial service industry when it comes to money transfer”.
How 12 teens invented a solar-powered tent for the homeless
A free membership group promoting the use of Internet-of-Value and Blockchain technology for good social and environmental outcomes.
The protein can be produced anywhere renewable energy, such as solar energy, is available.