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THE ARCC REPORT is a podcast featuring stories about The International Blockchain Monetary Reserve’s mission to break the cycle of poverty, exploitation and wealth disparity in emerging markets through the decentralized network effects of blockchain technology. Throughout this podcast series, we're going to be discussing topics like inequality, social justice and financial inclusion--items that may not make the front page, but are certainly top of mind for us, and that we think you might find interesting as well. But more importantly, we're going to be discussing what you and I can do to help create change. We're going to share our personal stories as it relates to our own social impact project, currently underway in Southeast Asia. This podcast is hosted by Eric Tao and features IBMR’s Managing Director, Sinjin David Jung. To learn more please visit IBMR.io

THE ARCC REPORT is a podcast featuring stories about The International Blockchain Monetary Reserve’s mission to break the cycle of poverty, exploitation and wealth disparity in emerging markets through the decentralized network effects of blockchain technology. Throughout this podcast series, we're going to be discussing topics like inequality, social justice and financial inclusion--items that may not make the front page, but are certainly top of mind for us, and that we think you might find interesting as well. But more importantly, we're going to be discussing what you and I can do to help create change. We're going to share our personal stories as it relates to our own social impact project, currently underway in Southeast Asia. This podcast is hosted by Eric Tao and features IBMR’s Managing Director, Sinjin David Jung. To learn more please visit IBMR.io

Location:

United States

Description:

THE ARCC REPORT is a podcast featuring stories about The International Blockchain Monetary Reserve’s mission to break the cycle of poverty, exploitation and wealth disparity in emerging markets through the decentralized network effects of blockchain technology. Throughout this podcast series, we're going to be discussing topics like inequality, social justice and financial inclusion--items that may not make the front page, but are certainly top of mind for us, and that we think you might find interesting as well. But more importantly, we're going to be discussing what you and I can do to help create change. We're going to share our personal stories as it relates to our own social impact project, currently underway in Southeast Asia. This podcast is hosted by Eric Tao and features IBMR’s Managing Director, Sinjin David Jung. To learn more please visit IBMR.io

Twitter:

@ARCC_IBMR

Language:

English

Contact:

3477530330


Episodes

MESE.io, the Microequity Stock Exchange

9/29/2020
The International Blockchain Monetary Reserve (IBMR.io) has just launched MESE.io, the Microequity Stock Exchange. It’s the world's first microequity exchange that allows micro participation in the global tech equities market. MESE.io's mission is to create a financially inclusive platform for equities on the microfinance level for developing and emerging markets. Today's conversation is with IBMR.io managing director, Sinjin David Jung. Sinjin, and I go in depth on MESE.io, covering...

Duration:00:38:05

Libra, Libra, Libra

7/1/2020
Libra, Libra, Libra. We'll review it from its inception to its current-day structure. We'll examine it as a financial instrument and through the lens of a social impact project. We will take a look at what it will take for the coin to gain acceptance in its target markets and examine all of the risks involved. And finally, we'll compare it and contrast it with our own social impact project currently underway in Southeast Asia. So buckle up, this and a whole lot more coming your way on this...

Duration:00:32:21

The Problem With Remittances

7/1/2020
In this episode we’ll be speaking about a topic that's near and dear to Sinjin’s heart and that's the practice of remittances. A remittance is simply the transfer of money, usually by a foreign worker, to an individual or family member back in their home country in order to provide financial support. Money sent home by foreign workers competes with international aid as one of the largest financial inflows to developing countries. According to the World Bank, in 2018, overall global...

Duration:00:29:38

Are Microloans Really A Good Thing?

7/1/2020
Today we’ve got a doozy… we’re going to do a deep dive into the economic systems that drive the economies of Southeast Asia with a specific focus on the area of microfinance. Financing is one of the biggest stumbling blocks for entrepreneurs anywhere. Finding the capital for even a small business can be difficult. Yet, there has been exponential growth in the number of small and medium enterprises in the Southeast Asia region. Which on the surface seems outstanding as small businesses are...

Duration:00:32:27

The Upcoming Economic Downturn And What That Means For Southeast Asia

7/1/2020
This episode focuses on the financial and societal effects of the COVID-19 virus and what the conditions of the upcoming economic downturn that we're about to enter could mean for people in the developing nations of Southeast Asia. Today's conversation is with IBMR's Managing Director, Sinjin David Jung, and with IBMR's Head of Research, Cyrus Afkhami. Sinjin discusses how the current global leadership has never been tested the way they're being tested now, and how it could lead to major...

Duration:00:38:06

Inequality And The Next Normal

7/1/2020
In today's conversation with the International Blockchain Monetary Reserve's Managing Director Sinjin David Jung and with IBMR's Head of Research, Cyrus Afkhami, we discuss inequality in both emerging and developed countries and what we might expect from the next normal that arises out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ever the academic, Cyrus takes a historical view on the current situation and looks at how past events throughout Anglo American history have ended up changing society, unequivocally....

Duration:00:32:22