Blockchains give humanitarian organisations the ability to sidestep costly middlemen, to access and verify critical information, and to track the flow of funds and resources from donation through to delivery. It also gives people – beneficiaries and donors alike – the ability to know where their resources are going, and to have faith in the system.
In the face of growing humanitarian crises, embracing blockchain technology is more of an imperative than a sheer novelty. And we’re just getting started.
Learn more about how blockchain technology is transparently delivering international aid.
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