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How banking with blockchain can stamp out corruption and increase financial inclusion

Using traditional wire transfers, the remittance process can take several days, and fees are charged every step of the way. Image: REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Joseph Thompson

Co-founder and CEO, Aid:Tech

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