Foreign direct investment (FDI) is critical to a country’s economic development. The entry of foreign cash will allow it to improve its infrastructure, increase productivity, and increase employment. FDI also serves as a vehicle for acquiring sophisticated technology and mobilising foreign exchange reserves.
It is the first time in the history when the world is facing a tremendous gap in funding the key development initiatives, described as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the UN.
- No innovative way to synergies public-private partnerships globally
- No innovative way to allow tokenization of public assets
- No innovative way to leverage the power of DeFi for financing government's projects
- Mistrust on governments managing economy and currency stability in developing countries
- Mistrust and frauds while executing investment deals
- Government bonds and financers from international investors often holding the country's valued resources as ransom