DelNorte will make a decisive contribution to the digitalization of industries in emerging markets
The IV Industrial Revolution or Globalization 4.0 is changing everything, and all human manifestations are irremediably heading towards the coexistence between real life and virtual life. Therefore, the reduction of economic and technological inequalities in emerging markets is essential and urgent.
Bridging the digital gap represents a major challenge for the nations of the 21st century, as the digital technological revolution guarantees the transformation of markets, industries, societies, governments and ways of life in general.
Despite the fact that in recent decades globalization and the Internet have accelerated the connectivity of markets and exponentially increased the number of financial transactions around the world, global inequality rates remain immense.
The pandemic revealed economic inequalities and the fragility of social safety nets, but also significantly increased global unemployment and reduced workers’ incomes. In particular, “refugees, migrants, indigenous peoples, the elderly, people with disabilities and children are at risk of exclusion.”
The pandemic also revealed that a large part of the inequalities of the present (economic, social and political) is found in the inequality generated by the technological gap. Lack of access prevents quality education and tha in turn, stifles innovation, well-being, progress and social mobility in the least developed countries.
Fortunately, there are major technological initiatives committed to creating the Digital Economy. that is, to the great change from the analog to the digital world.
At DelNorte Holdings Inc — a company committed to digitalization and the development of emerging markets — we are working with disruptive technologies to reduce digital inequality and contribute to the economic, educational and technological well-being of the world.
We are continuously innovating with digital solutions and services designed to solve territorial, intellectual property and access to cutting-edge technologies issues for the benefit of economies, societies and democracies.
Our platform with Blockchain technology is contributing decisively to the digitalization of industries (tokenization of real assets), to the resolution of territorial and real estate conflicts, to the management of economic resources and the flow of supply chains, to digital education, to the improvement of digital payment systems, to the consolidation of the digital economy, decentralized financial systems (DeFi) and the Metaverse.
Our operations in vulnerable countries such as Honduras and El Salvador are offering alternatives for the tokenization of goods, industries and government processes, but also for the management and mobilization of resources that will help boost the economy and ensure the welfare of disadvantaged communities.
We currently have contracts in Honduras to tokenize more than 3,000,000 million properties with an approximate value of 3,000 million dollars; and with the municipality of San Bartolomé de Perulapía, El Salvador, to tokenize between 30 and 40 thousand properties with an approximate value of 150 million dollars.
We also have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to tokenize products, goods and properties in Honduras, El Salvador and Costa Rica valued at hundreds of millions of dollars.
All this movement of tokenization of real goods with Blockchain technology will contribute decisively to the digitalization of industries, the reduction of inequalities and the sustainable development of emerging markets because, “just as the internet democratized knowledge, Blockchain will democratize the economy.”
That is part of our commitment.