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How can Governments in developing issue Global Mobile Wallets and protect their data, their currency, and the privacy of their citizens?

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How can Governments in developing issue Global Mobile Wallets and protect their data, their currency, and the privacy of their citizens?

We discuss specific solutions that allow developing countries to use this highly secure, low cost and efficient concept and more importantly remain in control.  In this discussion, Nick Brown and Bashir Fancy explore and propose how developing countries can make life easier for their citizens, have international interoperability, and not compromise their sovereignty.  This approach would also protect them from the situation created by Facebook in Brazil using Whatsapp.  the proposed solution would bring costs down, prevent money laundering, prevent abuse of PII data, and provide significant security.  There are more benefits that we explore

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