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How decentralized crowdfunding is helping us in emergency situations | The Great Disruption

Industries considered immoral or sinful have often struggled to obtain proper banking services. US-based cannabis companies ahve been unable to open bank accounts while adult content platforms like Pornhub and OnlyFans have previously been banned from banking services and cut off from payment solutions providers - something experts refer to as "financial censorship".

Join us in this week's episode of The Great Disruption to find out if decentralized crowdfunding can get us around, or out of, financial censorship.

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Financial censorship is a reality. Not just for industries considered "unethical" or "immoral" (like porn or cannabis or whatever). It's even now very difficult for a blockchain based start up (and more if works with crypto) to get a business bank account in many parts of the world. So, when in need tools like crowdfunding are very useful. And crowdfunding now can be also decentralised. Get funds, reward in tokens, or with other rewards, there are many ways, depending on the project and the personal creativity of those who need the crowdfunding. You want to learn more? Sure! Watch this.