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Eradicating Poverty with Blockchain

How blockchain can end poverty in developing economies – a talk with Vally Azar from Kommerce at Blockchain Zoo HQ.

Eradicating Poverty with Blockchain

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Have you ever wondered how blockchain can end poverty? The lack of trust and thereby of trade financing in developing economies leads to extreme resource scarcity and inability for economic growth. Blockchain can bridge the gap and allow money to flow in and kickstart healthy capitalism.

Join us for an event with Vally Azar, VP of Growth at Kommerce, who is going to share his insights on this matter and outlines how emerging markets and blockchain can bring an end to poverty. He will also introduce his Kommerce project and how their live pilot on the Ethereum testnet is already reducing poverty and hunger in Africa through blockchain technology.

WHEN: Tuesday 1 October at 5 PM (UCT+8)

WHERE: Blockchain Zoo office in Ubud or Livecast

ABOUT VALLY AZAR:

Vally is a full-stack growth engineer, blockchain geek and nomad with a decade of experience in growing startups (6 of which were in blockchain). He worked on two world-record-breaking ICOs (Golem & Bancor), presented hour-long talks to audiences of hundreds and co-founded active blockchain meetup groups in Bali and Singapore. He has contributed writing to leading publications including Forbes, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Men’s Fitness Magazine and Yahoo News. Vally is skilled at user-funnel data analysis, copywriting and guerilla marketing, publicity stunts, process automation, and living out of a carry-on backpack.

ABOUT KOMMERCE:

Kommerce deploys blockchain and data analysis to empower African businesses to access capital markets – and for capital markets to safely and efficiently finance African businesses.

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