“Many countries are looking to transform their economies into digital ones, with the aim to progress from a production-based to a service-based economy, and also to increase economic and societal value for their nations. A digital economy requires more than just ambition. It needs the development and establishment of ecosystems that bring a nation’s economy, businesses and society together into an integrated and coherent system. Governments, especially those of developing economies, realise that their countries might be caught in middle-income traps, income inequalities and/or social and economic imbalances.”
In this article, the author aims to outline a vision of an inclusive digital economy and the significance of a digital-assets ecosystem for such an economy.