Published On: Thu, Jun 14th, 2018

Blockchain Technology Disrupts the Informal Economy in Kenya

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Kenya is one of the African nations in dire need of financial reform. Introducing such changes will require embracing new technologies. Blockchain will certainly play its role in this regard. The nation’s informal economy – valued at $20 billion – can certainly benefit from immutable ledgers.
The Informal Economy in Kenya
African nations are very interesting creatures when it comes to finance. On the surface, it seems a region most Western banks will not show much interest in. For local financial institutions, a whole set of new problems have arisen over the years. Financial inclusion is still one of the bigger concerns in Kenya, as well as other countries around the world.
Secondly, the country is home to a growing informal economy. To put this into perspective, thousands of small-scale retailers exist in African regions. However, they use slightly different methods of accessing loans, buying goods, and so forth.  As such, they are ineligible for official credit ratings, even though the industry has grown to a value of over $20 billion annually.
Solving such a glaring problem will not be easy. For these smaller entrepreneurs, cutting costs and building a credit track record is a key challenge. Forging new …

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