PayBitoPro Chief envisions financial ecosystem revamp

  • February 13, 2023
  • Jennifer Moore
PayBitoPro Chief envisions financial ecosystem revamp

The global economy in 2023 has enterprises and investors concerned. Global institutions have reported severe losses due to supply chain interference, inflation, surging fed interest rates, energy crisis across Europe and more. PayBitoPro chief Raj Chowdhury puts the spotlight on the detrimental effects of institutional arbitrage, suggesting a switch toward tamper-proof human frameworks. 

Arbitration: Is it Ethical?

Profiting off arbitration is practiced by investors all across the world. There are several different types of arbitration. What raises the question of ethics is that institutional investors and powerful global corporations often try to bend decisions toward their preferences using political influence. They hold significant clout and can orchestrate to achieve favorable outcomes- bypassing regulations of all kinds- be it environmental, societal, or market.

CEO Speak

The HashCash chief, also a blockchain pioneer, states, “The current monetary system is fraught with political influence and institutional arbitrage. This system created economic crises, financial exclusion and distributed more wealth to the wealthy. Let’s put our faith in a mathematical framework free of human vice.” 

Blockchain Framework

The framework Chowdhury refers to is the underlying platform behind Bitcoin i.e blockchain technology. Blockchain has been one of the most disruptive technologies of recent times with a seemingly infinite scope of potential applications, particularly in the BFSI sector. However, cryptocurrencies have not been received with the same response, with critics citing current exchange crashes and the fallout of stablecoins as reasons to resist digital assets. Meanwhile, it is significant to know that most developing or already developed nations are conducting CBDC trials. Chowdhry had earlier vouched for crypto regulation instead of prohibition or heavy taxation.

The World Economic Forum at Davos aims to promote collaboration in a fragmented world. Thereafter, addresses the issue of corporate and institutional arbitrage. Where companies move profitable activities to tax havens and institutional investors allocate capital in complex strategies. Thereafter, it led to economic consequences and contributing to the 2008-09 financial crisis.

Wrapping Up

The influence of corporations in financial decision-making has grown globally, causing fragmentation and a decrease in trust. To combat this, it is crucial to establish a strong system that prioritizes financial transparency. Along with equal distribution of wealth. Rather than perpetuating unequal distribution without proper oversight.


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