Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson Calls For “Exciting Times Ahead” For Mongolia - Cardano (ADA) News. Tuesday, September 18
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Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson Calls For “Exciting Times Ahead” For Mongolia
The founder of Cardano Charles Hoskinson in a visit to the country of Mongolia has called for exciting times ahead in the country through blockchain technology. This comes as part of his ‘country opening trips’ which has seen the founder visit countries that are investing in blockchain technology. In his visits, Hoskinson gets to interact with the government, local businesses, investors and entrepreneurs who are interested in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Before traveling to Mongolia, the founder and his team have been to Vietnam, Ethiopia, South Africa, among others, during the year.
Charles Hoskinson Gets A Sit Down With The Minister of Foreign Affairs
The founder was not shy in tweeting about his sit down with Mongolia's Minister of Foreign Affairs. The government of Mongolia is believed to be looking to employ blockchain technology in some of its operations. This could see governance become more efficient, cheap and importantly transparent.
The tweet read: “Great meeting with Minster Damdin Tsogtbaatar on the use of blockchain to innovate Mongolian government and business. Exciting times ahead”
The founder also tweeted out about his lecture at the Mongol Institute of Technology where he talked about the science of cryptocurrencies. While in Mongolia, Hoskinson and his team have met up with cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiasts, university partners, and local businesses looking to employ blockchain technology.
Charles Hoskinson seems to be on a noble cause to educate the world about blockchain technology and help spread its adaptation. Looking at the countries the founder has visited it seems he is targeting countries struggling with governance. And blockchain technology could, in fact, be the answer to solving issues like corruption in these countries.
Is It An Exciting Time Ahead For Cardano?
In the last 24 hours, Cardano has soared by 1.55% and at the time of press was trading at 0.067759. This is far from its all-time high in January when it hit over 1.28. However, the team is hard at work developing the project and forging new deals every day and soon we could see prices hitting their all-time highs.
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