The Arcadia platform works to enable various NGOs and other aid organizations "to offer identity-less cash transfer services to their communities," in turn allowing for better support of refugees who are displaced and in danger. This happens through exchanges and marketplaces that are peer-to-peer (P2P). Those using the service do not need to identify themselves or offer proof of their residence—they only need to be verified and "known" to the NGO. The Arcadia platform is "configurable and modular," meaning that it can support services "as varied as crypto-to-fiat exchanges, P2P loans, donation tracking and subscriptions, and micro-insurance."
Such initiatives offer better security and inclusive integration of refugees into their host societies. The Arcadia Blockchain for Refugees is a non-profit, supported by grants, donations, and association membership fees.
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