International Joint Venture Launching the Blockchain Ecosystem for emerging markets!
By: SID Limited
The Impatience of time to Saving the World
3,5 billion people don't have access to Internet, so the joint venture AISIDO (AIar+SId +DOpecard) will enable sharing of the Internet. 2 billion people in the world are unbanked, so AISIDO will provide bank possibilities through DopeCard. 2,5 billion people in the world have the need for education, so AISIDO will provide the most secure and personalized mobile learning by AIAR.
"We all like the SDG goals of the UN, but we think it goes to slow." The impatient remark comes from Rufus Lidman, founder of the JV-partners AIAR, a serial entrepreneur who has a thorough background with refugee work in the Syria war etc. He continues:
What we've seen more and more evidence of is that the solution to the majority things like poverty, hunger and health, in the modern society very often comes from being able to connect to internet, and be part of a society where you can get a secure skilling that actually help you get a job, and a bank account to receive salary and make business. So that's simply what we at AISIDO are providing.
World leading technology
The three partners all have the focus on emerging markets and the urge to do something that not only is good for business but do good for society. But apart from that the common denominator is that all three are working with world leading technology with disruptive potential to change the world.
"This is one of the strongest points in this setup," says José Merino, Chairman of SID. "I was confident in our sharing technology, patented in the US and embebed inside the APP of Dunkin Coffee, having the potential to solve the internet issues in emerging markets. At the same time, I am impressed by the AI-customization and Blockchain certificates being developed by AIAR, and the simple but genius solution presented by DopeCard."
Going from a dream to reality
"And soon Mr. Merino will see this coming true. With the intensive development ahead, it is clear this will not be a theoretical potential but will be taking place in real action bit by bit in the coming months ahead. As its first joint mission the parties are now joining forces to back up the DopeCard in a project supported by the Ministry of Education in Ghana, currently working to onboard students at 24 universities with a total market of over 500,000 students and 150 merchants." The DopeCard CEO, Mr. Nana Kwaku Koi, comments:
"This is a magical upgrading of the whole project. Initially we partnered with Ecobank to hand the students with viable banking. Now we are adding more crucial parts to the value-chain where our partners SID are providing its unique solution for mobile internet sharing, and AIAR will provide the crucial education and corresponding secure certificates. It is my conviction that this will help to empower the students in a more profound way than we could ever have dreamed of when we started this project."