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INATBA SISWG Launches New Podcast Series on ReFi and Financial Inclusion

The Social Impact and Sustainability Working Group-SISWG of International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications-INATBA is launching a new podcast series focused on ReFi and financial inclusion. The series is aimed at highlighting the potential of blockchain and DLT in addressing social and sustainability issues such as climate change, poverty, and inequality, among others covered by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

You can listen to the 1st podcast here featuring Lorna Hutchman (Blockchain.com) as the Host and David Wood (Wadappt) as the Guest.

Alternatively, you can listen to it on Spotify or Apple Podcast.

The SISWG’s primary mission is to raise awareness about the potential of blockchain for social impact and sustainability. To achieve this, the SISWG relies on the work of organizations that develop projects and use cases showcasing the power of blockchain to tackle systemic issues such as inequality, poverty, and climate change. Some of the most interesting blockchain use cases and applications converge on financial inclusion and restorative finance- ReFi, which prioritizes the health and resilience of ecosystems, communities, and the planet over financial gain.

To promote the impact of organizations and projects working towards social impact and sustainability topics, the SISWG, in collaboration with BlockLeaders and Lisa Gibbons, is creating a series of podcasts that will feature guest speakers from different projects worldwide. The monthly episodes will present a project, their use case, the challenges and opportunities that the project faces, how they measure impact, and finally, how others can connect and interact with them.

For more information, you can access the podcast webpage or contact the Working Group directly at social-impact-wg-cochair@inatba.org.