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Suncom Infotech CEO builds blockchain powered platform to fight poverty

New Delhi [India], Sep 24 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Suncom Infotech Pvt Ltd, an Indian ITES provider to Government PSU's and some of the Fortune 500 companies, has developed a platform that will allow people to send money through blockchain powered transactions.

Most of the hype around Blockchain focuses on the rising and falling valuations of the crypto markets. The hype is unsurprising because the technology underpinning crypto token and blockchain technologies is a paradigm shift in how we transact with each other over the internet and who we no longer need to trust.

Suncom Infotech CEO, Ronish Baxter believes that all this is made possible by bringing together decades of research into cryptography, game theory, distributed computing systems to mention a few of the key building blocks.

Apart from that, Ronish Baxter said that Suncom Infotech has developed and is launching the blockchain technology platform, keeping in mind that an economic identity is essential to break loose from this poverty cycle. In the coming months, the company is going to introduce a feature in the innovative application that his company is building which would help build a vetted, recognizable identity that would be a prerequisite to participate in any form of transactions or ownerships in the global economy.

The secure and established nature of the blockchain will provide a means to share sensitive data without the need to bother about the information getting altered along the way or getting lost.

We asked Ronish Baxter, CEO of Suncom Infotech for the core reason of this development to aid the poverty sector. Ronish Baxter said that it can help in many ways like:

Send aid without corruption

Economic Identity and banking

Allowing access to digitally secure and politically neutral 'store of value' as a means of saving

As indicated by the World Bank's global financial index, there are nearly 2.5 billion unbanked or under banked people all over the world, which represents a quarter of the total populace. For this number, the failure to get access to financial systems and transactions can be weakening as far as not having the capacity to anchor life changing resources.

For instance, credit cards offer a decent method to get to credit amid times of crises - restorative costs, pressing repairs, and even the requirement for private venture extension can typically be tended to with the swipe of a card. In any case, consider the possibility that you don't have a credit card or even a financial balance?

For most under banked clients, the final resort is a swing to credit sharks and their great degree of savage loan fees. This adds to the cycle of destitution, which results in the borrower venturing into deep debt even before they can complete off key installments. (ANI-BusinessWireIndia)

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