Mining Bitcoin in defense of the most oppressed.
A non-profit organization in India has announced a new program for the development of crypto-currency, aimed at young people in rural areas.
Bitcoin will teach India justice
In particular, this initiative is aimed at enabling the most poor and socially unprotected castes, such as “Dalits” (so-called untouchables) to break out of poverty.
People belonging to the Dalit community are often subjected to extreme discrimination since their birth, leaving them no choice but to live in extreme poverty.
The Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI) initiates the “largest and the world’s first program” for training the Bitcoin rural population, based on the Mahabfic crypto currency platform with the support of entrepreneur Tausif Malik.
Founder of DICCI, Sri Milind Camble, said that the main goal of the program is “to enable the rural population … to receive income … which will create new economic development in these areas … The new technology of blockchain is the future of technology development.”
The problem of preserving the caste structure of society and the existence of an untouchable caste is a major problem for India, a country that has announced plans to become a “superpower” in the next few decades.
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