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Mengeksplorasi Potensi Pemanfaatan Blockchain Di Indonesia

Mengeksplorasi Potensi Pemanfaatan Blockchain Di Indonesia

Mengeksplorasi Potensi Pemanfaatan Blockchain di Indonesia Membahas skenario penerapan blockchain untuk berbagai sektor di Indonesia / Freepik Melalui artikel terdahulu yang bertajuk Mengenal Cryptocurrency dan Mekanisme Transaksinya ,DailySocial mengulas konsep dasar cryptocurrency dan cara kerja blockchain sebagai salah satu aplikasinya. Dari ulasan tersebut disimpulkan, bahwa secara umum blockchain memberikan beberapa manfaat ketika diterapkan dalam sebuah proses bisnis. Pertama, sifatnya yang terdesentralisasi dapat memperluas akses keuangan karena tidak terbatas adanya perantara dalam proses transaksi. Hal ini sekaligus menghadirkan efisiensi karena tidak ada batasan waktu dan tempat dalam operasinya. Kedua, menciptakan solusi keuangan dengan biaya transaksi yang lebih murah jika dibandingkan dengan rate transaksi konvensionaldengan tetap mengedepankan keamanan transaksi. Sifat mata uang crypto yang tersusun dari algoritma rumit (terenkripsi) dan divalidasi oleh jaringan yang mengusung membuat blockhain dinilai sangat aman. Dengan keunggulan tersebut, diharapkan bisnis perbankan akan menjadi yang paling merasakan disrupsi blockchain, terlepas dari penerapan riil saat ini yang masih terbatas. Menurut Direktur Eksekutif Kepala Departemen Kebijakan Sistem Pembayaran Bank Indonesia, Eny Panggabean, penerapan blockchain di sektor finansial publik di Indonesia dapat didesain menjadi beragam bentuk. Misalnya untuk mendukung layanan pembayaran lintas negara (cross-border payment) dan remitansi melalui private blockchain. Selain yang merujuk langsung pada transaksi finansial, Eny turut menyampaikan beberapa skenario lain yang dapat didorong melalui blockchain, misalnya mencatat kepemilikan tanah, membantu rekap perdagangan saham, hingga merekam obligasi pemerintah. Ettienn Continue reading >>

Indonesia Could Become A Blockchain Hub But Needs More Education And Tech-savvy First

Indonesia Could Become A Blockchain Hub But Needs More Education And Tech-savvy First

Indonesia Could Become A Blockchain Hub But Needs More Education And Tech-Savvy First I write about the intersection of tech and social progress in Asia. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Young Indonesian innovators pictured at a co-working space in Jakarta.(GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images) Last week, I highlighted four industriespoised for blockchain disruption in Indonesia .In that article, blockchain industry pioneers gave their takes on which sectors to watch and howthe technology is changing industries throughout the country. As a follow-up to that earlier piece, this article will explore their thoughts on the road ahead more generally. Indonesia'sstartup community attracted at least $3 billion in venture capital in 2017, indicating the growth among the tech community. Now blockchain startups are increasingly prevalent and they could further bolster Indonesia's position as a rising regional tech hub. But the blockchain craze is still in its early stages, and although opportunities are ripe, significant challenges remain. "Compared against other countries, Indonesia is in a relatively early stage of blockchain development," says Pundi X president Constantin Papadimitriou."Blockchain technology works best to accommodate secureand transparent cooperation among business partners, hence [it] requires companies or different--and often competing--entities to work together." Papadimitriousays that independent business associations and government entities could facilitate such collaboration. He notes that Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia (ABI),an organization his company was involved in founding, aims to play a role in this regard. His company is currently forging business relationships within Indonesia and throughout the region, focusing primarily on mar Continue reading >>

Blockjakarta : Indonesias Blockchain Capability Conference

Blockjakarta : Indonesias Blockchain Capability Conference

by Rohit Kukreja | Apr 9, 2018 | Blockchain , Blockchain Events , Cryptocurrency News , Press Release BlockJakarta : Blockhain Conference In Jakarta BlackArrow Conferences is back with another Blockchain Conference taking place in Jakarta, Indonesia on 9th May, 2018. This conference is organized to impart more education about blockchain technology and a discussion about blockchain innovations so far on a global scale. BlackArrow Conference had organised a similar blockchain conference in Jakarta last year on 10 May 2017 which was successfully conducted with a huge crypto/blockchain turnaround. Details about last years Jakarta Blockchain Conference :- Apart from Jakarta, Black Arrow Conference had organised various Blockchain Conferences such as: BTCC Mumbai : Blockchain Conference in Mumbai, India on 10 August, 2017 BlockBali :Blockchain Conference in Bali on 27 Ocotber, 2017 BlockDelhi: Blockchain Conference in Delhi, India on 21 February. 2018 Contracts, transactions, and the records of them are among the defining structures in our economic, legal, and political systems. Theyprotect assets and set organizational boundaries.And yet these critical tools and the bureaucracies formed to manage them have not kept up with the economys digital transformation. Blockchain promises to solve this problem.With Blockchain, we can imagine a world in which contracts are embedded in digital code and stored in transparent, shared databases, where they are protected from deletion, tampering, and revision. ThisBlockJakartaconference will explore the opportunities and challenges in blockchain & also projectIndonesia as ASEAN biggest blockchain market. The BlockJakarta Blockchain Conference is scheduled to take place on the 9th May, 2018 at Ritz Carlton Pacific Place in Jakarta, Indonesi Continue reading >>

Teknologi Blockchain Bank-bank Di Indonesia Hanya Masalah Waktu

Teknologi Blockchain Bank-bank Di Indonesia Hanya Masalah Waktu

Teknologi Blockchain Bank-Bank di Indonesia Hanya Masalah Waktu Teknologi blockchain mendapat perhatian dunia perbankan di era serba digital, tak kecuali perbankan di Indonesia. tirto.id - Era teknologi informasi saat ini sudah semakin berkembang. Dari sisi dunia usaha, teknologi informasi membuka peluang yang menguntungkan, tetapi di sisi lain tidak sedikit yang justru mendapatkan efek negatif atau biasa disebut dengan disrupsi. Dari sekian banyak inovasi dari teknologi informasi yang membuat was-was dunia usaha, Blockchain adalah salah satunya. Blockchain memungkinkan suatu transaksi, tidak lagi membutuhkan pihak ketiga atau perantara. Contohnya ketika melakukan transfer uang, Tuan A mengirimkan uang ke Tuan B senilai Rp1 juta melalui internet banking. Sekilas, transfer yang dilakukan Tuan A kepada Tuan B tersebut tanpa perantara. Namun sebenarnya, transfer yang dilakukan Tuan A itu, sudah terekam dulu oleh pihak bank sebelum akhirnya uang tersebut sampai ke Tuan B. Nah, dengan Blockchain, uang Tuan A akan langsung berpindah ke Tuan B, tanpa terekam oleh bank. Blockchain sederhananya adalah basis data global online yang dapat digunakan dan dilihat siapapun di seluruh dunia. Data yang disimpan pun tidak akan hilang, karena data yang disimpan didistribusikan kepada seluruh penggunanya. Dengan data yang didistribusikan kepada seluruh pengguna, Blockchain dianggap lebih aman dari serangan peretas. Apabila salah satu server diretas, maka server itu dapat diabaikan karena dianggap berbeda dengan mayoritas jaringan server lainnya. Kehadiran Blockchain yang menghilangkan "jasa perantara" tentunya memberikan ancaman bagi dunia usaha seperti industri perbankan. Dalam perjalanannya, kehadiran Blockchain justru membuka peluang bagi industri seperti perbankanyang awalnya bakal te Continue reading >>

Kumpulan Startup Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Di Indonesia

Kumpulan Startup Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Di Indonesia

. Layanan ini telah mempunyai situs berbahasa Indonesia, namun belum bisa digunakan oleh masyarakat di tanah air. Perusahaan yang melakukan implementasi teknologi blockchain Pundi X adalah startup asal Indonesia yang berusaha memanfaatkan teknologi blockchain dan cryptocurrency dalam transaksi keuangan. Oleh karena itu, mereka pun menghadirkan produk mesin kasir (point of sales) bernama Pundi X POS, semacam kartu uang elektronikbernama Pundi X Pass, serta aplikasi dompet digital Pundi Pundi, yang semuanya berbasis blockchain. Meski didirikan di Indonesia, Pundi X tak hanya mempunyai founder yang berasal dari tanah air. Ada juga yang berasal dari Cina dan Malaysia. Mereka mengawali bisnis dengan aplikasi Pundi Pundi sejak Februari 2017, dan mulai melengkapinya dengan teknologi blockchain pada September di tahun yang sama. Contoh mesin kasir yang diproduksi Pundi X Karena pemerintah Indonesia melarang penggunaan cryptocurrency untuk transaksi keuangan, Pundi X pun memutuskan untuk menjual produk-produk mereka ke luar negeri, seperti ke Korea Selatan, Jepang, dan Singapura. Omise adalah startup asal Thailand yang memanfaatkan teknologi blockchain untuk menghadirkan layanan pembayaran. Berbeda dengan payment gateway lain yang biasanya mengarahkan pengguna ke halaman lain, Omise justru memungkinkan pengguna untuk melakukan transaksi di halaman yang sama. Di negara asalnya, mereka telah mengizinkan pengguna untuk melakukan pembayaran dengan kartu kredit, mobile banking, dan Alipay. Saat ini Omise telah bersiap menghadirkan layanan di Indonesia, yang ditunjukkan dengan membuat kantor di tanah air, serta bergabung dengan Asosiasi Fintech Indonesia (AFTECH). Hingga awal 2018, Omise telah mendapatkan investasi sekitar US$50 juta (sekitar Rp714 miliar) lewat beberapa kali putaran Continue reading >>

How Is Indonesia Implementing Blockchain Technology?

How Is Indonesia Implementing Blockchain Technology?

about cryptocurrencies and cautions to understand the risks, but the countrys regulations are currently fairly open towards digital currencies and blockchain technology. , but exchange platforms and ownership of crypto-assets are not. Several state-owned banks and government entities are in fact working on blockchain-based applications, and the countrys financial regulator, OJK, has , says Pandu Sastrowardoyo, co-founder of Bali-based blockchain consulting firm Blockchain Zoo. She points out that to use blockchain technology. Indonesias geography spread across a vast area and many islands makes it a unique case for implementations of blockchain, explains Sastrowardoyo. Indonesias decentralization has led to more regional autonomy, but this came with fragmentation, less oversight, and potential for fraud. Its quite easy to move to another island with a false identity in Indonesia, Sastrowardoyo says. Most big banks in Indonesia have announced theyre looking into blockchain technology and are thinking about potential use cases. Blockchain Zoo consults many of them. While she cant the names involved in individual projects, Sastrowardoyo shared some ongoing blockchain implementations in Indonesia which are likely to launch within the year. Indonesias Blockchain Use Case #1 Anti Fraud Indonesia has dozens of banks, including regional ones that operate only within a certain province. And not all of them have access to the countrys debt information system, only to bigger ones. Thus, so-called loan stacking is a concern shared by many smaller banks when a borrower takes out multiple loans and, in some cases, uses one to pay off another. Without consulting a centralized credit rating system, it becomes difficult to detect these cases. Blockchain can solve this, Sastrowardoyo ex Continue reading >>

Blockchain Indo Conference: How Blockchain Will Change Indonesia's Digital Economy

Blockchain Indo Conference: How Blockchain Will Change Indonesia's Digital Economy

Blockchain INDO Conference: How Blockchain Will Change Indonesia's Digital Economy Blockchain INDO Conference: How Blockchain Will Change Indonesia's Digital Economy The volume of Indonesias digital economy will reach about USD $130 billion by 2020, which will make the country among Southeast Asia's leading nations in terms of digital development. This was stated by local authorities just a week ago. New technologies, blockchain and transformation of the IT-sector will play key roles in this process. With this context in mind, the Blockchain INDO conference in Jakarta, to be held on 11-12 May 2018 in the Kempinski Hotel in Central Jakarta, becomes even more relevant. Apart from the usual cryptocurrency players, this international event will bring together players in digital business, IT Startups, Internet application Developers, digital Marketers and companies with a FINTECH base to create new networks and expand already existing ones. Forty speakers from different parts of the world - USA, Germany, Russia, Japan, Switzerland, China and other countries - will inform the participants about their international experience in blockchain technologies. Among the prominent speakers who have confirmed their presence are Gebhard Scherrer (co-founder of DATUM), Ville Oehman (investment funds registered with the monetary authority of Singapore), Matthew J. Martin (Director General blossom of Finance), Robert Ryu (the Korean company crypto-Fund) and Dr Zaharuddin A. R (Malaysia Shariah ICO), Matthew Joseph Martin (CEO of Blossom Finance). In three years, eight million representatives of small and medium-sized businesses in Indonesia will use digital technologies, although at the moment it is used only by 9 percent. In a couple of years it is planned to create 1,000 young IT-compan Continue reading >>

Major Korean Exchange Launches In Indonesia With Six Cryptocurrencies

Major Korean Exchange Launches In Indonesia With Six Cryptocurrencies

Major Korean Exchange Launches in Indonesia with Six Cryptocurrencies One of South Koreas top three cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinone, is launching an exchange in Indonesia. Initially, six cryptocurrencies will be supported but the exchange plans to add more coins. Coinone is also launching an airdrop event for 10,000 pre-registrants. Also read: South Korea Takes Steps To Regulate Digital Currencies Coinone announced on Monday that it is launching Coinone Indonesia in Jakarta, making [it] first among the top cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea to enter the global market, the company wrote. The South Korean exchange is the third-largest crypto exchange in the country after the Kakao-backed Upbit and Bithumb. Its 24-hour trading volume is $63,140,495 at the time of this writing, according to Coinmarketcap. The company also operates a blockchain 4D zone called Coinone Blocks , with walk-in customer consultation counters. The CEO of Coinone Indonesia, Alan Song, elaborated: Coinone Indonesia wants to be the gateway that introduces people to the concept of blockchain and cryptocurrency, and facilitates access for users in Indonesia to have various types of digital assets or cryptocurrencies quickly and safely. According to the companys announcement, Coinone Indonesia offers the following six cryptocurrency trades: bitcoin (BTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum (ETH), ethereum classic (ETC), litecoin (LTC), quantum(QTUM), and shortly thereafter [we] will continue to add other coins according to its high technological standards of examination. In addition to the aforementioned six cryptocurrencies, Coinone in Korea also supports the trading of ripple (XRP), iota (IOT), and bitcoin gold (BTG). Pre-registration for Coinone Indonesia begins on April 16 and will last a month; only ema Continue reading >>

Exploring The Potential Of Blockchain Implementation In Indonesia

Exploring The Potential Of Blockchain Implementation In Indonesia

Exploring the potential of blockchain implementation in Indonesia A look into blockchain implementation, case studies, and policies in the archipelago Image Credit: Kyle Johnson on Unsplash In its past feature Understanding Cryptocurrency and its Transaction Mechanism (in Bahasa Indonesia), DailySocial digs through the basic concepts of cryptocurrency and how blockchain works as one of its application. In the article, it is generally concluded that blockchain provides certain benefits when implemented in a business process. First, its decentralised nature is able to provide greater access to financial services due to the limitless transaction process. It is also able to provide efficiency due to the unrestricted time and space of its operation. Second, it enables the creation of a financial solution with more affordable transaction fee compared with the rate of conventional transaction without compromising the security aspect. The nature of a cyrptocurrency, which consists of complex encrypted algorithm that is validated by support network, has turned blockchain into a considerably secure option. With all these benefits, it is expected that the banking industry will be the most benefited from blockchain disruption, despite limited implementation on the ground today. According to Eny Panggabean, executive director of payments system policy at Bank Indonesia, blockchain implementation in Indonesias public financial sector can be designed in many forms. For example, it can be designed to enable cross-border payment and remittance through private blockchain. Apart from services that are directly related to financial transaction, Panggabean also added several other scenarios that can be enhanced through blockchain, such as land ownership registry, stock trade recapitulation Continue reading >>

Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia

Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia

Pending Pending follow request from @BlockchainIndo Cancel Cancel your follow request to @BlockchainIndo Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Are you sure you want to view these Tweets? Viewing Tweets won't unblock @BlockchainIndo Indonesian Blockchain Association board visited the Ministry of Industrial Affairs, discussed how blockchain technology can support the government's industry 4.0 initiative. Picture with the Minister. Thank you for having us. pic.twitter.com/VofP5wUISI Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Indonesian Blockchain Association board visited the Ministry of Industrial Affairs, discussed how blockchain technology can support the government's industry 4.0 initiative. Picture with the Minister. Thank you for having us. pic.twitter.com/uUN9EFzsga Pending Pending follow request from @yginting Cancel Cancel your follow request to @yginting Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Pending Pending follow request from @PundiXLabs Cancel Cancel your follow request to @PundiXLabs Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Pending Pending follow request from @OscarDarmawan Cancel Cancel your follow request to @OscarDarmawan Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Pending Pending follow request from @stevensuhadi Cancel Cancel your follow request to @stevensuhadi Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Pending Pending follow request from @BlockchainIndo Cancel Cancel your follow request to @BlockchainIndo Official Account of Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia jadi wadah bagi industri dan regulator Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia jadi w Continue reading >>

Indonesias Public And Private Sectors Explore Uses For Blockchain

Indonesias Public And Private Sectors Explore Uses For Blockchain

Indonesias Public And Private Sectors Explore Uses For Blockchain Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. In Indonesia , a country with 250 million people living across 17,000 islands, both the private and public sectors are actively exploring blockchain technology to overcome challenges managing data for everything from food output to election results to trade financing. The government has clearly taken a leadership role in exploring blockchain technology. Fithri Hadi, the director of financial innovation for the countrys Financial Services Authority, said the regulator has a dedicated team to study how blockchain technology can help the countrys financial services industry, Reuters reports. Government policymakers also hope the technology can reduce graft in the countrys public programs, one of several areas where blockchain could be used to improve accountability. Estimates on harvest production, for example, face the risk of being overstated since farm subsidies are allocated based on previous years harvests. The estimates are hard to verify. The government is also exploring using the technology to verify information from fund recipients. Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawat said her staff is investigating the use of blockchain technology for microloan programs and subsidy disbursement and to identify those groups who need government benefits. Blockchain technology can also improve the verification of election results. Horizon State, an Australia based polling service, intends to introduce a phone app on Sumatra island in Indonesia in July, allowing direct polling of local policy issues. Horizon States community engagement platform allows constituents, including staff citizens or members, to participate in collaborative decision- Continue reading >>

Indonesia Embraces Blockchain

Indonesia Embraces Blockchain

This picture taken on April 19, 2015 shows a high-rise buildings in Jakarta. (AFP Photo/Adek Berry) When blockchain and cryptocurrency first made headlines, many saw them as disruptors to the current financial order. This is because transactions that involve cryptocurrencies remove the need for an intermediary, a role banks and other financial institutions have traditionally filled. However, cryptocurrencies are backed by a system called blockchain. Blockchain is essentially a decentralised ledger, where every transaction is recorded. To make a change on the blockchain, other nodes or computers have to verify and approve the transaction to complete it. Because of how the information is distributed and the system requires verification, some have hailed blockchain as a tool that democratises financial services. While countries in the region are still hostile towards cryptocurrencies with many banks clamping down on it, blockchain is surprisingly well received. Thailand recently saw 14 banks coming together and jointly launching the Thailand Blockchain Community Initiative. Singapore is also looking into pushing blockchain development. Finance minister Heng Swee Keat recently highlighted the governments plan to develop the technology to improve financial inclusion in ASEAN. However, Indonesia was probably the first country in the region to engage with blockchain technology and its potential contribution to Indonesia. In January this year, Bank Indonesia announced plans to launch its own digital currency that is backed by blockchain technology. It would function similar to how cryptocurrencies function since it relies on blockchain technology. However, unlike cryptocurrencies which are decentralised currencies, the digital rupiah will be issued by the central bank, Bank In Continue reading >>

Blockchain Indonesia

Blockchain Indonesia

Click this video to understand the first thing about the infamous peer-to-peer technology. You may also download our slide below for further information regarding Blockchain. The world has changed since the Internet was first invented 35 years ago. What is lacking with the Internet we know today is that there are too many applications that runs on one server, or in other words, centralized. When the server is down, people will no longer be able to use them. Blockchain paves in to revolutionise the technology that we know today into another world with a modern system that can run instantly, transparently and efficiently without having to depend on a centralised server. Instant, Secure, Efficient and Transparent Transactions using the Blockchain technology runs on a peer-to-peer platform, in other words, a piece of data (it can be in a form of message, fund, or private information) can be transacted from one user to another without needing the help of any third parties to process the transfer. With Blockchain, we no longer need to depend on one server since the transaction is replicated on every computer connected to the network. This will prevent the data/transaction from being modified, hacked, or lost because one server is down. Instant, Secure, Efficient and Transparent Every data transmission can be done instantly and efficiently. Every transaction and record keeping of your data is guaranteed to be safe and secure since it is replicated in every computer that is connected to the Blockchain network. So to put it simply, in order to modify one data, a hacker must change the exact same data in all of those computers at the same time and in the same way. This is impossible to be done. Blockchain works as a public ledger where every transaction is transparent and can be Continue reading >>

Indonesia Looks To Blockchain To Fix Its Dodgy Data Challenges

Indonesia Looks To Blockchain To Fix Its Dodgy Data Challenges

Indonesia looks to blockchain to fix its dodgy data challenges JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia, like other emerging markets, has historically struggled to keep accurate records due to a lack of expertise and resources, but the public and private sectors are now looking at blockchain technology to overcome some of these challenges. FILE PHOTO: Bitcoin (virtual currency) coins placed on Dollar banknotes, next to computer keyboard, are seen in this illustration picture, November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Blockchain, the digital data structure best known for underpinning cryptocurrencies, provides a shared record of information maintained and updated by a network of computers rather than a centralized authority. This approach to data management could help Southeast Asias largest economy, which has difficulties keeping accurate data and control over everything from food output to personal information for its 250 million people across 17,000 islands. The tax system is one such area and tech firm Online Pajak has launched a blockchain-driven app that allows customers to share encrypted tax data with institutions such as the tax and treasury offices, banks and the central bank. As well as increasing transparency and reducing paperwork and errors, it would mean tax payers can know for sure they have paid their dues, said Online Pajak founder Charles Guinot. Today in Indonesia, theres no proof youve paid, Guinot said at a briefing to launch the product last week. The blockchain verification process could also help address doubts that hang over elections in countries like Indonesia. Horizon State, an Australian firm, plans to launch a phone app on Sumatra island in July, which would enable direct polling on various local policy issues. Nimo Naamani, the fi Continue reading >>

Blockchain Zoo, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Bringing Order In The Blockchain Jungle

Blockchain Zoo, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia | Bringing Order In The Blockchain Jungle

Using a Blockchain-based reputation tracking system as a backbone allows Blockchain Zoo to manage its community of expert associates in an agile and transparent manner. Populated by proven Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) experts, Blockchain Zoo connects you with associates able to consult, strategize, and implement Blockchain for your business. Dont want to risk implementing a Blockchain project the wrong way? Blockchain Zoo can manage your Blockchain projects flexibly, accountably and independently. Our Blockchain experts are available to prepare and deliver customized training sessions on your premises, as well as Blockchain retreats hosted at the Blockchain Zoo international headquarters in Bali. Blockchain Zoo Associates are an elite community of blockchain experts. Consultants, trainers, developers, and project managers working together and leveraging the expertise and experience of the group to propagate knowledge, brainstorm solutions and execute your project. Blockchain Zoos core support staff. Zookeepers handle internal affairs and operations by keeping everything running smoothly while maintaining an organized stream of communication between customers, partners and associates. Continue reading >>

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