In April, I organized a CoinFest event in Washington, DC with speakers that presented on various topics including Blockchain Solutions for Land Titles. By the end of the event, I wanted to learn more about the creative things people are doing with Blockchain technology particularly in low income countries that are often plagued with corruption … More Global Blockchain Solutions for Land Registration
Growing up, I’ve watched family pay high fees to MoneyGram or WesternUnion in order to send money home to Mexico plus it would take ridiculously long. I would imagine people with less money than us having to pay the same fees or more to also send money home. In a global 2016, we need to … More What blockchain means for Hispanics
I’m really excited about this particular post because it brings me feelings of nostalgia from home as I relish on its digital potential. As a teenager, I loved the idea of a tanda because it wasn’t limited to age or another qualification that’s usually needed at banks. I find this decentralization trait to be a common … More What’s a tanda?
My interest in behavior piqued when I was interning at the House of Representatives as a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholar. We had a visit from the Treasurer of the United States, Rosa Rios. She mentioned that Hispanic mortgage applicants were denied loans at twice the rate of non-Hispanic white applicants. This stuck with me … More How I Got Into Bitcoin