Cuba's entrepreneurs are cheering the news that half a century of enmity with the U.S. is coming to end. But government restrictions, the U.S. embargo and lack of connectivity remain enormous obstacles
Entrepreneurs and established companies are exploring how they can adapt the blockchain, the decentralized ledger that runs bitcoin, for other purposes. But there are still obstacles to widespread use.
There's virtually no Internet
access in Cuba, but that isn't
stopping a generation of
young entrepreneurs (and
U.S. companies like Airbnb and
Google) from creating a digital
future for their country--today.
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