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Prince Philip Analyze Bitcoin

One of the biggest problems facing people around the world is a lack of access to financial services. According to the World Bank, there are 2 billion unbanked people around the globe who either don’t have access to traditional banks or other financial institutions. Most of these people live in developing countries where governments and local municipalities have no incentive or incentive program for promoting financial inclusion. In fact, there are still many countries in which citizens cannot open bank accounts because they have no ID or proof-of-address necessary for proving who they are. This has led many poor individuals from developing nations to rely on cash-based economies instead — but even that method falls short when it comes time to send money abroad (or pay taxes).

Prince Philip Reflects On Btc

Prince Philip of Serbia is a member of the royal family and youngest son of King Peter II. He has been involved with blockchain since last year when he met with members of the Ethereum Foundation, who were introduced to him by a member of his staff at the time.

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“I was interested in what I saw [the blockchain]. It’s great technology,” says Prince Philip. “It’s a very good concept.”

He went on to say: “We have many businesses here [in Serbia] that are working with cryptocurrencies, mostly e-commerce companies that accept payments in crypto.”

In addition to making cryptocurrencies more accessible, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are also promoting financial inclusion for people around the world.

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When you think about cryptocurrency and financial inclusion, it’s easy to think only about developing countries where access to banking services is limited or non-existent. The truth is that there are many places in Europe, Asia, Africa and even North America where people have difficulty accessing traditional financial services like a bank account or credit card account.

Bitcoin has made it possible for people living in these regions to participate in the global economy by providing them with an alternative means of storing their wealth outside of traditional institutions while still being able to make payments online through various platforms such as eCommerce websites or social media platforms such as Facebook ads (for example).

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