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Remittances to Africa: The Backbone of Economy Abused by Providers

Money transfer providers abuse their position of power by charging exorbitant transaction fees. New, more efficient money transfer solutions are necessary to help African economies push forward, and blockchain technology might be the best option.

Remittances to Africa: The Backbone of Economy Abused by Providers
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