Let's define the CORE Principles of QUAYAMBAYA
the ECOSYSTEM & its Elements
The ecosystem of QUAYAMBAYA is based on direct impact rainforest conservation, social & financial inclusion of its Indigenous / native population & fintech value processing.
Biometric onboarded Indigenous / native beneficiaries build the live network, growing the ecosystem with their presence, their well being, their natural instinct to make their lives better & most important to protect their native home - the Amazon rainforest.
PROTECT & GROW IT
Conservation- & reforestation activities within the impact-zones, tracked via RFID tagging & GEO positioning data feed, - linked to biometric onboarded beneficiaries & their respective involvement / efforts.
ACTIVITY / GENERATION
APP Users & Contributors frequent Quayambaya membership, sponsorship, ecommerce, Digital Wallet usance & marketing activities, - creating rewards & loyalty points for input into the ecosystem.
SWISS / UK
A Swiss / UK fintech start-up venture with the aim, to implement & convert untapped financial values into direct impact sustainable development solutions with global disruptive potential. The aim is to combine several market leading fintech, payment, communications, authentication IT & SCM technologies from recognized providers into one cross-border (modular blocks concept) processing platform. The concept is designed to comply under & with all applicable national- & international business regulations,
The Quayambaya / BNHE Concept ecosystem seek to implement a Blockchain as a Service Concept / Platform (BAAS), which provides data registration, synchronisation matching, processing, tracking, conversion & accounting capabilities for & between the basic vital elements present in the ecosystem.
Fintech designed for sustainable development
BLOCKCHAIN BNHE V2.0
A blockchain is a decentralized system for maintaining distributed ledgers of facts / data & the history of same ledger’s updates. A blockchain is scalable & is triggered by each new action continuously growing its list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography.
This allows organizations that don't fully trust each other to agree on the updates submitted to a shared ledger by using peer to peer protocols rather than a central third party or manual offline reconciliation process. Blockchain enables real-time Peer2Peer transactions and securely shares tamper-proof data across a trusted business network. The properties of transparency and immutability of blockchain technology make it useful for enterprise scale deployment for supply chain management, accounting, onboarding, ID verification, payment & counter value processing, documentary verifications and maintaining the integrity of the system itself.