Using blockchain for poverty alleviation and supply chain transparency

Ashish Gadnis is the co-founder of BanQu, the first ever blockchain supply chain and economic identity platform for refugees and people in extreme poverty. An award-winning financial tech company with a social cause, BanQu strives to eradicate poverty by connecting the “unbankable” to a secure, portable digital economic identity -- simply through a cellphone app. This revolutionary technology provides a pathway into the global economy, creating dignity through identity for people worldwide.

Friday, January 25 at 8:00am to 10:00am


Levan Center, 406 2322 N Kenmore Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

Event Type

Speaker/Presenters

Departments

College of Science and Health, Environmental Science and Studies

Cost

no cost

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#lecture

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