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Today, this mobile money infrastructure and reach allows startups to build upon their existing payment infrastructure to democratize access through different applications.
Ultimately, however, publicly owned and democratized alternatives to profit-driven outlets are a more systemic — and more permanent — fix.
This idea that he has democratized his Blackness has at times muddied the popular view of him.
This seems especially relevant during a pandemic, when we’re trying not to be around a lot of people in enclosed spaces—but take away the pandemic, and AR is still an exciting way to democratize access to art.
This democratizes smaller brands’ ability to appear in shopping results.
It was heralded by executives as a tectonic shift for gaming, one that would democratize access to the next generation of titles.
Inexpensive, low-maintenance index funds and ETFs were the democratizing force in investing in the 2000s and 2010s.
With Hulu Ad Manager, we’re breaking down those barriers with a solution designed to democratize ad buying in premium television content.
Attendance of an Apple product launch has been democratized.
As access to space becomes cheaper and more democratized, astronomy will move there and I think much of that will be done from the lunar surface.

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