Residence: Jakarta, Indonesia
Field of study: Business management and finance
University: University of Mumbai
Work experience: Client Advisor in Banking & Crypto Consultant
Current position: Private Client advisor
Why is blockchain interesting? Blockchain is democratic, and can’t be controlled by Big Government and Big Business. Therefore, it’s a good foundation for the future economy. It is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value. It can be used to record any transaction and track the movement of any asset whether tangible, intangible, or digital.
My touchpoints with blockchain so far: I believe in its efficiency and the concept of decentralised finance. For example, block- chain enables securities to be settled in minutes instead of days that’s made up of individual blocks of information. The clever thing is that the information is split up and stored on a chain of interconnected blocks. It creates a more transparent and trustworthy system that is less prone to fraud and corruption. While it is still a relatively new and evolving field, the future seems promising to me, not only in financial industry but also supply chain management and even voting systems.