…everywhere there is a phone, there is a network connection. When you bring a network and an identity together, you have a global citizen. A global citizen is capable of accessing the global economy, building a long-term financial history and interacting with others in the global economy. This is the path to end global poverty.
We at BanQu are passionate about building a network of commerce for developing economies. We strive for the world in which a globally connected population are interacting daily to identify, collaborate, buy and sell goods and services without the weight of today’s financial institution, but with the power of a global network of citizens that can transact with whoever they want, anywhere they want, in any combination they want. Why should banks and the few decide how economic resources are pooled and shared to transact? The short answer is; they shouldn’t.
BanQu is growing daily as new resources – banks, merchants, businesses – add themselves to the BanQu network. As the BanQu Network expands over the coming quarters and years, it is important to remember that our goal is singular and singular alone; to end world poverty by 2030.
Join our cause and help us obtain our goal. If you wish to join the BanQu network or the BanQu team, write us a note and tell us how you’d like to help.
Also published on Medium.