Financial inclusion is not a topic most developing countries in the world can deal with right now. In some regions, very few people have convenient access to a bank account. However, thanks to the boom in mobile smart devices, financial inclusion becomes easier to achieve. In fact, the countries focusing on these efforts are also seeing a significant Bitcoin growth as of late.
Financial Inclusion Matters To Many Countries
According to the statistics outlined on The Finanser, quite a few developing countries are scoring well on the financial inclusion front. While there is still a lot of work to be done, things are looking healthy in most regions. Egypt is the only “major” developing country where difficult regulation and less mobile capacity are hindering growth right now.
At the top of the list is Kenya, a country where Bitcoin and mobile payments are thriving. With a high level of mobile capacity and an easy-going regulatory landscape, financial inclusion is on the rise. A score of 84% is quite good, albeit there is still work to be done. Colombia and Brazil complete the three, although adoption of new financial technologies is relatively low in those regions.
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