Prosperity is the new human birthright
crypto + informal economy = Pan
the gateway coin
- 1 billion new cryptocurrency users within 5 years
- double developing world GDP within 10 years
- buffer crypto from global regulation
- end global poverty within 25 years
The Tip of the Mass Adoption Spear
Crypto + Informal economy = Pan
A Unique Opportunity
- Trust for national institutions is declining in 21 of 28 countries surveyed.
- Current poverty reduction results are falling short says The World Bank.
- Informal economy ledgers are fragmented and ripe for blockchainization.
- Cryptocurrency regulation threatens to go global.
- Crypto must grow.
The Global Informal Economy
- The informal economy comprises 5 billion people.
- The global poor are its backbone, and operate outside of nation-state-approved markets because they are excluded from participation in the legal economy.
- The informal economy constitutes more than half of total employment in developing countries, and 90 percent in South Asia and Africa.
- The informal economy is more than 1/3 of the developing world’s GDP.
- The global poor own the majority of the world’s assets but they lack the financial system to leverage it.
The global poor will to find a way for their fragmented ledgers to interoperate. When they do, they will unleash an unstoppable wave of economic growth. Helping the global undocumented achieve the equity they require to experience rapid economic growth is going to be both fun and profitable for for every human being.
Poverty is Unacceptable
- 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 per day.
- 1.8 billion use drinking water that puts them at risk of polio, cholera, typhoid and dysentery.
- 5 million people, mostly children, die each year from water-borne diseases.
- 800 million people, 300 million of which are children, do not have enough food to eat.
- 90% of these 300 million children are enduring long-term malnourishment.
Pan is the crypto economy meets the informal economy. Both profit.
Leadership Falls to us
- Legacy middlemen, such as banks, refuse to serve the poor.
- Governments had their chance to maintain trustworthy ledgers.
- NGOs are focused on saving lives, not changing the system.
- Crypto stands to profit the most from partnering with the global poor.