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Muhammad Noor is using Blockchain to serve the needs of a stateless people.
Central Asia’s largest economy is attracting fintech investors, steering clear of tough regulations and turning to blockchain technology for governance.
Laid off from a hedge fund, Tim Chen founded NerdWallet, which offers financial tools and advice to more than 100 million annually.
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