Cryptocurrencies, a promising application of Blockchain technology, has disrupted the foundations of the real economy, especially the online economy. For the first time in the history of commodity-money relations, the usual money has a competitor. Given that in Africa for example, its own currency depreciated, digital money can really change this scenario in the developing countries. So, in Venezuela, crypto-currencies were banned because they were much more stable than the local currency. However, such technological progress and globalization have not yet solved the problems of third world countries. Many citizens of the countries in Africa, Asia, and South America live below the poverty line. People literally take-up any job to feed themselves and their loved ones. This leads to criminalization and wide financial gap in the society of such nations. Interestingly, it must be noted that even though people do not always have enough food, water or medical care, the Internet is almost everywhere.