The Digital Reserve Founder, Jomari Peterson, International Innovator and Strategist, to Speak at Afrobytes Conference

By: The Digital Reserve, P.B.C.
 
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Jomari Peterson, The Digital Reserve Founder
Jomari Peterson, The Digital Reserve Founder
MARTINEZ, Calif. - June 5, 2018 - PRLog -- With over 1.5 billion invested in the blockchain and cryptocurrency markets in 2018, African leaders see an opportunity to leapfrog into a new era of business and government. With the increased investment,  ability to redefine the ways systems operate and remove intermediaries, blockchain related technologies offer a breadth of opportunities. To help elucidate these opportunities, Afrobyte Founders Ammin Youssouf and Haweya Mohamed have assembled a panel to speak on the potential use of blockchain and distributed ledger technology in Africa and other hot topics featuring a number of Technology Industry Leaders. The speakers are part of the Afrobytes Conference on June 7th and 8th.

Jomari Peterson; Chief Executive Officer of the Digital Reserve, a Public Benefit Corporation, will speak on its vision for increasing financial accessibility through economic systems and incentive mechanisms. It is a new era where the internet can be more than a transfer of information, but entirely new systems built around transfers of value.  Cryptocurrency enthusiasts and early adopters of blockchain technology are ushering in major changes to the way digital information is transferred, validated and maintained. Jomari will look at how these forces and technologies shape opportunities to multiply the power of overlooked communities and create a sustainable system for economic growth for users. He will also introduce his work with Trust Savings Credit Union, a United Nations sponsored organization, and how they plan to expand their capabilities to invest in their coverage area of over 1 million people. The sessions is at 3 p.m. on Friday, June 8th.

In addition, some of Afrobytes 2018 Conference's hot topic sessions this year include:
  • The Rise of African Tech Industry. What it means to build an African Tech Industry.
  • "Creating Chaos to Avoid Chaos" with Kamran Elahian
  • Leaders Panel: How women are driving technology and innovation in a challenging environment?
  • Workshop: Let's Leapfrog the potential of education innovation to rapidly accelerate progress in Africa
  • Innovation for taking on the challenges of healthcare in Africa.
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About Afrobytes

Afrobytes is a bridge between the African Tech Industry and the International tech ecosystems. Their open innovation lab focuses on African markets. Afrobytes Ventures is their startup studio. Afrobytes mission is to redefine the relations between Africa and Europe through tech. They believe Africa and Europe can build a common destiny shaped by the best innovators from both sides.

About The Digital Reserve, P.B.C

The Digital Reserve is a Public Benefit Corporation that is developing a microlending and financial services platform. As a Public Benefit Corporation, the Digital Reserve, P.B.C. is focused on helping to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through financial accessibility, inclusion and literacy while maximizing profit. With $2 Trillion dollars in unmet financing worldwide and the distributed ledger technology industry being over $300 Billion, there is a unique opportunity. They plan to leverage a rapidly growing community to profitably empower disadvantaged communities.

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