“When there are three billion people surviving on $2 or less a day, reaching a few thousand is like aspirin in the face of raging cancer,” laments one concerned citizen when told of the advances being made in the field of microfinance.
That’s truly a frightening projection for the poor when people think of them as a herd clamoring for help, unable to do anything for themselves. Here’s the thing: Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. We all need to step up to help the poor in our own sustainable way.
Enlightened individuals and leaders accept the principle that having a society with huge inequalities is not good for anyone including businesses. Governments, businesses, financial entrepreneurs, investors, and innovators are keen on creating a society that is based on the ideas of equality, solidarity, and dignity for each and every human being.
The beauty of blockchain is that it’s steadily making its way through communities and now seeking to engage 1.7 Billion…