It’s almost impossible to underestimate the potential of blockchain in India. With some three-quarters of a million people living below the poverty line globally, India has the third-highest number of them. No other technology has had the power to really make an impact until now. However, blockchain in India could facilitate microlending and microtransactions, opening up a world of opportunity. In a country that’s particularly reliant on its agricultural industry, small producers are often given a raw deal (or cut out of the deal completely).
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