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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are for the unbanked – and those who'd like to become unbanked.
The Asia-Pacific region led by China is quickly catching up to the West in terms of wealth.
If bitcoin acceptance reaches a critical mass where necessities of food, shelter, and clothing can be bought with it, it will likely have reached a tipping point where it displaces national currencies.
While billions of people around the world lack access to bank accounts and credit cards, those who have easy access to such services are choosing to give them up.
A survey conducted in Australia has uncovered that at least 1 in 3 citizens would ditch their bank for digital currency such as Bitcoin and other innovative financial services technologies.
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Interview with the Founder & President of BitCharities and Bitlanders, Francesco Rulli
As digital currency and fintech companies seek solutions for the world's “underbanked” population, startups are increasingly looking to make use of the established financial infrastructure.
A new Bitcoin remittance service has started in Vietnam called Cash2vn. Created by Bitcoin Vietnam Co. Ltd.
Bitpay has released figures showing a huge spike in transactions in Latin America, surging from 638 in February all the way up to 3,509 monthly in June 2015.
Wired’s Daniela Hernandez has an awesome story on how Bitcoin is proving it is able to help provide for the homeless.
A successful private Blockchain experiment in Burma might change the way microfinance works in developing nations.
The Humanitarian Blockchain is taking on the worst problems facing the world's poor through innovative use of blockchain technology and non-governmental solutions.
Bitcoin could be used as a means for economic liberty, since it is easy to use, secure and reliable for merchants. It is not only used as a world currency, but also as a savings asset.
British banks have turned down 6 million people access to banking services over the past two years. Bitcoin would allow all those unbanked access to valuable financial services.
Zimbabwean women farmers will be given Bitcoins which they can redeem for goods at selected suppliers.
Bitcoin has all the potential to enhance economic opportunities in Bolivia as the fastest-growing South American economy.
With its smartphone penetration growing and many citizens unbanked, Bitcoin’s adoption in Ghana has a future.
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