The future of money won’t be about cash or the form it takes. The future of money and commerce will be about breaking down barriers and increasing access for more people across both geographies and incomes. Why? Because with the right payment systems and new innovations in place, how you pay for things drives greater equality of opportunity in society.

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Transparent processes lead to trust and increases the bandwidth of value exchange. As with the digital marketplaces that constitute the share economy, success hinges not on simply providing a service but on the quality of the experience. And, most importantly, is it affordable, secure and accessible?

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Financial inclusion is a key driver of a future sustainable global society with fair and equitable access to resources, wealth, value exchange and affordable and relevant financial services. The availability of banking and payment services to the entire population without discrimination should be the prime objective of any financial inclusion public policy.

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Digital Currency & Distributed Ledger Technologies

Digital Currency & Distributed Ledger Technologies

The BlockchainLab is partnering with lead developers to create cross-platform methodologies to sandbox, prototype, blueprint and deploy Digital Currency, Smart Contracts and Blockchain solutions for business, government and enterprise. Launched in Vancouver, BC, in... read more
Digital Finance 2020

Digital Finance 2020

Designing the future of our money. Digifin2020 explores the future of Digital Finance, from digital currencies to the latest offerings from distributed ledger technologies. In a contribution to the first crowdsourced publication on global Fintech trends: Fintech +... read more


In the future, financial transactions will eventually “be digital, universal and almost free.”

Bill Gates, Co-founder, Microsoft

DIGIFIN represents a strategic link in digital finance between industry, academia, financial regulators and policy makers to promote sector vibrancy, resiliency and integrity through leadership, advocacy, research and education.

DIGIFIN supports the development of digital finance technology and commerce, digital finance regulation and financial inclusion through facilitating better regulation and market provision of digital finance services. We do this by conducting research, providing advice and developing capacity-building programs for industry, regulators, market players and affected members of the market.


DIGIFIN aggregates market intelligence, and conducts research and analyzes trends with a focus on digital banking, mobile transactions and cryptocurrency protocols. it also monitors regulatory performance and reform for effective consumer and investor protection in digital finance.


DIGIFIN provides advisory services and develops capacity-building programs for industry, regulators, market players and affected members of the digital finance market.


DIGIFIN provides support for peer learning and capacity building for members to coordinate efforts and share knowledge and experiences on digital finance. DIGIFIN facilitates public-private dialogue and engagement to identify and mitigate barriers to financial inclusion.