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Pakistan’s digital revolution is happening faster than you think

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The digital power of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is slowly unfolding and shaping into a whole new area of opportunity.

When the BRI took global centre stage in 2013, most conversations revolved around traditional infrastructure: building roads, railways, power sources and linking borders. However, the digital awakening that BRI brings, and the associated development of human capital and innovation, is much more powerful.

The global map is being altered at a much faster rate than anticipated due to the disruption created by digital infrastructure, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and blockchain. Further digital and technological disruption is now set to mend fractures in society – leading to improved living conditions and enhanced economic empowerment.

This disruption has given new life to e-commerce and the start-up scene in BRI countries. In light of the Global Competitiveness Index 4.0, it is extremely important that economies grow in all areas, overcoming challenges and making investment in human capital and innovation. Resilience and agility are key.

Looking at the South Asian region, some of the traditional deterrents to growth have been inadequate transport facilities, patchy power supplies and lack of financial inclusion. As we have seen in the past, industrial revolutions take their time to reach developing countries but the Fourth Industrial Revolution has been quick to reach all corners of the world.

Billions of dollars of investment are bridging the infrastructure and power supply gap while improving technology – the goal is to look past the problems that have hindered the road to progress in countries along the BRI.

The flagship project of the BRI, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is a major collaboration between China and Pakistan, has been rapidly progressing and the impact of the project can be seen in the lives of Pakistani people, as reflected in an improving human development index.

Pakistan, which is emerging from many years of the war on terror, is now on a decent path to progress, with economic growth of 5.8% and improved investor confidence. At the World Economic Forum in 2017, Ebay’s chief executive, Devin Wenig, highlighted Pakistan as one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets in the world. In 2018, Alibaba bought Pakistan’s largest e-commerce platform, Daraz.pk.

Growth is being accelerated by other major investments in power and connectivity infrastructure, technology and digital infrastructure. Ant Financial Services, China’s biggest online payment service provider, recently bought a 45% stake in Telenor Microfinance Bank, in a deal that valued the Pakistani bank at $410 million.

Irfan Wahab, chief executive of Telenor Pakistan, called the deal a “game changer”; while Eric Jing, chief executive of Ant Financial, said it would provide “inclusive financial services in a transparent, safe, low-cost and efficient way to a largely unbanked and underbanked population in Pakistan”.

This kind of investment will benefit from the significant demographic dividend in Pakistan, targeting the largely unbanked young population, and providing not only financial inclusion but also a base on which to build digital businesses.

What the country needs now is to improve its position on the innovation and financial inclusion indices, currently at 89 and 75 respectively, on the World Economic Forum’s Competitiveness Index 2018.

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Simplilearn to Train College Recruits on Digital Economy Skills (India)

Mission-critical skills such as big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and digital marketing are ones that enterprises are increasingly turning to fresh graduates to fill

Campus and entry level recruiting is a critical component of every corporate HR strategy but often involves many months of onboarding and mentoring to get these employees productive. Simplilearn offers a New-Hire Training Initiative that significantly shortens this time-to-productivity via a structured training curriculum for campus recruits that they can complete before their first day on the job, or within their first couple of weeks.

Simplilearn focuses exclusively on digital-economy skills such as big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and digital marketing. These mission-critical skills are also ones that enterprises are increasingly turning to fresh graduates to fill.

Simplilearn’s new program enables organizations to help their recent on-campus recruits become job-ready (and even certified) with necessary technology skills, gained through Simplilearn’s online training courses prior to onboarding of the new employee.

“Campus hiring has never been more critical. With today’s rapid technology changes, it has become essential to ensure young professionals are up-to-date with the digital skills they will need to have an immediate impact at their new companies,” said Krishna Kumar, Founder and CEO of Simplilearn.

“Offering our vast experience in the latest technologies, Simplilearn is well-suited and proud to help Fortune 500 companies and other organizations bridge the gaps in skills and productivity that often come when onboarding new employees fresh from academia,” he added.

During their final semester in their college or university degree programs, recruits will undertake this training, following predefined learning paths that match their upcoming job roles. In addition to online videos and instructor-led lessons, the courses also include practical applied projects and assessments that are relevant in the high-demand fields such as data analysts, programmers, developers,

Simplilearn has partnered with leading IT/ITes, consulting, internet retail companies and Global System Integrators to support their new hire training initiatives. Also, as part of the company’s core offerings, the Simplilearn Digital Transformation Academy covers all aspects of people, process and technology to help organizations achieve competencies in digital technologies and applications.

The Digital Transformation Academy is designed to be customizable across a wide variety of industries and for all employee and management levels and roles while delivering on Simplilearn’ s outcome-centric, high engagement learning approach.

source: www.dqindia.com

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The iWorld Expo 2018 Themed on Digital Economy Kicked Off in Chengdu

On August 16, 2018, the iWorld Expo 2018 grandly kicked off at the Century City New International Convention and Exhibition Center in Chengdu. During the three-day period, under the theme of “Digital Economy in the New Era”, a wonderful event about artificial intelligence and the mobile Internet ecosystem will come onto stage in three major dimensions: exhibitions, international forums and supporting activities.

The iWorld Expo is supported by the Chengdu Municipal People’s Government, jointly hosted by the Chengdu Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology, Chengdu Bureau of Expo Affairs and Management Committee of the Chengdu Hi-tech Development Area, and organized by the International Data Group (IDG). This exhibition has attracted more than 200 domestic and foreign brand exhibitors, 100 industry leaders, 300 news media, and 100,000 visitors.

In the report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, there was a proposal to build China’sstrength in digital networks, the digital economy, smart society and the sharing economy and to foster new growth areas and drivers of growth. This marks the advent of golden explosion of data economy era. In addition, recently, the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Sichuan Provincial Party Committee has issued the “Decision of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China on Comprehensively Promoting High-Quality Development” and clearly proposed to seize the commanding heights of the digital economy. The theme of the iWorld Expo coincides with the path of Chengdu’s vigorous digital economy, showcasing Chengdu’s ambition and confidence in the digital economy.

Eight exhibition areas are being put on show

Innovation is the first driving force for development. At the iWorld Expo 2018, a large amount of companies have brought the audience their cutting-edge innovations.

Covering an area of 22,000 square meters, the exhibition area consisted of eight major sections, namely artificial intelligence, smart life of the future, virtual reality/augmented reality, innovation and start-ups, smart cities, digital entertainment, and smart hardware and intelligent autos.

With the in-depth development of artificial intelligence, the application of artificial intelligence technology has gradually expanded to more industries and fields such as unmanned vehicles, smart homes, consumer electronics terminals, and education. As the key exhibition area of the iWorld Expo, the artificial intelligence exhibition area covers about 2,500 square meters and gathers well-known enterprises such as BOE, Hammer Technology, Pangolin Robot, Deocean, Codoon, and I Winner, attracting a large audience. Meanwhile, at the BOE booth, the BOE 5.99-inch dynamic suspension flexible AMOLED screen, with a thickness of only 0.03mm and a resolution of 1080×2160, is becoming the star of the BOE booth.

At present, the entire smart car industry has entered a new period of development, with more and more industrial opportunities emerging. In the smart car pavilion, leading companies such as BAIC BJEV, Weizuche, and Auto Financial Service gathered to show the cutting-edge technologies of the future car in smart driving, life service, security protection, location service, car assistance and other systems from different perspectives. BAIC BJEV has demonstrated the new era of national pure electric SUVEX360. In terms of technology, BAIC BJEV has introduced the vehicle-based artificial intelligence “Darwin System”, which is a self-learning and self-growth vehicle intelligent technology system independently developed by BAIC BJEV by integrating artificial intelligence and deep learning.

In addition, Tianfu Software Park and Techcode Global Industry Incubator also come onto the stage of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Exhibition Area to showcase the power of innovation and entrepreneurship to the public.

The international forum created smart peak feast

The digital economy has brought new opportunities for the transformation of traditional industries. Meanwhile, the information economy, represented by a series of high-tech technologies such as cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence, is becoming the core of the development of the digital economy. How does the digital economy integrate with the traditional industries? What new formats and new models will the digital economy bring forward? The iWorld Expo is showcasing numerous ideas from a range of mobile internet industries.

Synchronizing the opening ceremony are the 16th China International Software Cooperation Conference and iWorld Conference 2018. Participants at the forums include representatives from National Ministries and Commissions, Sichuan Provincial Party and Government, Chengdu Municipal Party and Government, Foreign consular agencies in Chinaattended this eye-catching forum, along with other significant visitors from pioneering enterprises, scientific research institutions, advanced academic and industrial organizations at home and abroad.

Liu Liedong, Deputy Mayor of Chengdu Government, shared his analytic and profound opinions at his speech. Mr. Liu holds that China is facing with an essential opportunity for scientific and technological revolution and industrial innovation. Information network technology has become an important engine driving economic and social development, and software acts as the core and soul of the new generation of information network technology, playing a more and more significant part in a new round of development in Chengdu. Accordingly, the exhibition will fully perform its characteristics as internationalization and specialization, armed with stronger interaction and experience, aiming to promote interpersonal communication and idea-sharing. Chengdu is making full preparation for providing high-level services and heading for a promising future.

Jennifer Xu, Vice President of IDG Asia, delivered a speech on behalf of the host organization. From her words, it is at the third year that iWorld has landed in Chengdu led by IDG. The exhibition hands out a gathering platform for both new and old friends to make joint efforts for developing emerging technic industry and innovative entrepreneurship in Chengdu. Open to the whole world, iWorld aims to boost emerging industries and especially the advantages of high-tech innovation and entrepreneurship, achieving a global appraised brand of Chengdu.

Nine parallel forums are held, including “Linking the Future” Block Chain Summit, VR/AR: a perfect mix of hardware and software, Global Creative Mobile Internet Development Competition (Chengdu Station), Science and Technology Innovation Summit, Changing the Future  Crossover Artificial Intelligence, Build the development of business space with new consumption mode and new experience, Elite Strategic Layout – the Match Point of Internet Industry, Intelligent Road of Intelligent Vehicle. Internet experts from both home and abroad gather together to discuss the development of digital economy under the new era of artificial intelligence.

Featured events ignite the passion of the exhibition

The iWorld Expo 2018 brings not only feasts of innovative technology and ideas to the audience, but also a wonderful journey of smart technology. Various special events take turns to ignite the entire scene, which are quite amazing.

As the classic old-fashioned activities of iWorld Expo, “The Best 2018 Award” and “Talent Award” still continue to be wonderful as they were in previous years. The authoritative selection of high-quality mobile Internet products manufacturers and excellent developers and technicians reserve a new force for the development of the industry.

In addition, iWorld e-sports stage an eye-catching performance. The two popular game projects, including King Gloryand StarCraft, attract top-notched players and wellknown teams from both home and abroad to launch a fierce confrontation and improve the interactive viewing experience of the live events through the on-site esports game.

The Robot Fighting Competition highlight this year’s variety show. By following the trend of the times, iWorld Expo 2018 staged Battletech: The Crescent Hawk’s Inception, a fighting robot carnival full of fun and technology. 36 top teams from all over the world are fighting for the squad and vying for the crown, thus giving the audience a unique viewing experience.

In conclusion, the iWorld Expo 2018 boasts cool smart technology products, innovative ideas from opinion leaders, and fascinating interactive activities.

source: www.prnewswire.com

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Blockchain technology summit brings digital economy to Laos

laOSGovernment officials from different sectors, business representatives, entrepreneurs and Lao and Chinese experts gathered in Vientiane recently to share experiences and exchange information on blockchain technology.

Participants also debated about trends in blockchain development for future digital business expansion in the region and around the world.

The Global Blockchain Application Conference Laos Summit was held on July 29 by the BST Elephant Chain in Laos, aiming to bring digital technology management investors together to discuss the development and growth of blockchain technology.

During the conference, experts from companies in Laos and China, notably LAEX, WOGC and the BST Group, gave presentations about the integrated digital information system and technology, with the Lao government represented by Deputy Minister of Justice, Mr Bounsavad Boupha.

The blockchain system is the technology integration programme of the future, which helps to generate income and benefit via digital currency and contribute to economic expansion through participatory investment, the meeting’s Chair, Mr Xiang Run, said during the opening of the summit.

The event also helped entrepreneurs boost their understanding and have more choice in using digital systems for their business operations in line with international trends, he said.

Laos can benefit greatly from using blockchain technology in business communications and making financial repayments faster, said Mr Xiang Run.

Blockchain technology has already begun to deploy applications around the world.

Different developed countries have realised that there is huge potential for the application of block chain technology in public service and social mechanism optimisation through the blockchain development path.

At the event, organisers presented prizes to outstanding employees as well as certificates and other awards and mobilised funding for the relief effort in Attapeu province.

source: www.nationmultimedia.com

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Major Belarusian Bank Starts Offering Bitcoin CFD as Belarus Gets Less Crypto Friendly

A well-known bank in Belarus will begin offering a bitcoin contract for difference (CFD) product through its platform, a joint project with a Swiss bank. Meanwhile, Belarus is growing less crypto friendly, reportedly amending its decree to impose strict KYC rules.

Mtbankfx is an accredited FX dealer and the first banking forex platform in Belarus. Launched in July 2016, it is a joint project between Minsk Transit Bank (Mtbank), one of the most well-known banks in Belarus, and Swiss Dukascopy Bank SA.

The platform will start offering a bitcoin CFD product next week, according to local media. It has already added information and updated its terms of service to reflect this new offering.

Mtbankfx explains in its terms of service that its tools, including the BTC/USD tool with 1:3 leverage, are “available for transactions around the clock – from the opening of the market on Sundays at 21:00 GMT in the summer (22:00 GMT in the winter) until the market closes on Fridays at 20:00 GMT in summer/winter time.” For the bitcoin CFD specifically, the company wrote: All open positions as of 20:00 GMT Fridays will be forcibly closed.

While the platform offers CFDs for many underlying assets, the bitcoin CFD is the only one that will be forcibly closed.

On March 29, Switzerland’s Dukascopy Bank SA launched its own BTC/USD CFD product for European clients. “Bitcoin to US Dollar (BTC/USD) with leverage 1:3 has been added for live trading,” the company stated.

Major Belarusian Bank Starts Offering Bitcoin CFD as Belarus Gets Less Crypto Friendly
Alexander Lukashenko.

Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko signed the decree “On the development of the digital economy” in January that legalizedcryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, and smart contracts. The decree went into effect in March.

However, local media reported this week that amendments to that decree are already being prepared to obligate cryptocurrency exchanges operating within the High-Tech Park (HTP) to disclose their data and identify customers.

Ria Novosti’s source explained that “beneficiaries must meet the requirements for reputation” such as having no criminal record and no bankruptcy proceedings against them, in whole or part. “They should [also] show the availability of funds in accounts of at least $5 million and confirm the sources of their origin.” Additionally, Forklog elaborated: “Operators are required to identify the clients of the exchanges, as well as record and store all types of communications with them. In certain cases, exchange-residents of the HTP will be required to conduct customer verification procedures.”

The news outlet added, “information about customers and their transactions should be stored at crypto exchanges for at least five years.”

source: https://news.bitcoin.com/

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Belarus’ Digital Economy Development Ordinance comes into force

Ordinance No. 8 on digital economy development dated 21 December 2017 comes into force on 28 March, BelTA informs.

The document has been drafted on the instruction of the head of state by the administration of Belarus’ Hi-Tech Park (HTP), the IT community, the country’s leading law and consulting firms, and foreign experts.

The document has extended the duration of the Hi-Tech Park’s special taxation and regulation regime till 2049 and preserved the exterritorial principle of registration. The business environment has remained unchanged for the HTP resident companies.

The ordinance is meant to expand the list of activities for the HTP companies, support IT education, enable comfortable conditions for training IT specialists, developing food tech companies, and comprehensive business regulations for blockchain-based businesses. The Hi-Tech Park’s resident companies are now allowed to pursue new types of activity such as the development of biotechnologies, medical technologies, aviation technologies, space technologies, and e-sports. They can now both develop and make high-technology knowledge-intensive products.

The resident companies have been given more leeway to commercialize the software they develop, including by means of advertising and marketing services, business process outsourcing, and other things.

The new ordinance does not envisage any of the previous restrictions on the amount of revenue from additional activities (consulting, testing, and others). The ordinance has enabled the legal environment for initial coin offering (ICO), using cryptocurrencies, and introducing smart contracts. The ordinance does not envisage any restrictions or special requirements for operations to create, store, acquire, and exchange tokens, for cryptocurrency platforms and cryptocurrency exchange operators. Individuals are exempt from personal income tax on the incomes from mining, acquisition and sale of digital tokens. Digital tokens shall not be declared.

The document gives a boost to the development of tech food companies. It has facilitated the procedures for foreign business deals via internet. The deals can now be made online. The Digital Economy Development Ordinance has introduced several English Law components such as convertible loans, stock options, option contracts, non-compete agreements, indemnification of material losses. The introduction of these components will enable comfortable conditions for venture capital funds and will provide potential investors with the instruments that are widely used in the world.
The HTP resident companies are now allowed to provide education services in ICT under programs adopted by the HTP administration. A number of measures have been stipulated to attract top IT specialists to Belarus. In particular, the HTP companies no longer need to obtain work permits for foreign workers. Such foreign nationals now need to follow a simplified procedure to get a temporary resident permit. Visas have been abolished for foreign workers and founders of the HTP resident companies. The adoption of the Digital Economy Development Ordinance has prompted many companies to join the HTP. The number of HTP resident companies grew by a quarter from 192 to 238 in Q1 2018.

This is the first such dramatic one-time increase in the HTP’s history which spans more than a decade. The new resident companies are mainly related with artificial intelligence, machine learning, the Internet of Things, and augmented reality. As a follow-up to Ordinance No. 8, the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB) has amended the requirements for internal control in banks and non-bank financial institutions to fight money laundering, terrorist financing, and the spread of weapons of mass destruction. The Finance Ministry has adopted the National Accounting and Reporting Standard “Digital Signs (Tokens).
source: http://eng.belta.by/economics/view/belarus-digital-economy-development-ordinance-comes-into-force-110412-2018/

 

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Blockchain industry leaders see vast business potential in Russian Siberia

The regions of Siberian Federal District of Russia are regarded as a major platform for blockchain industry’s future development by the big guys in blockchain-related business, as stated by the State Duma member Victor Zubarev.

According to investors’ estimates, spare capacity in industry and cheap electric power could turn Siberian Federal District into one of the world’s major blockchain technology research and development centers in future.

“The development of digital technology-related industrial park is envisaged. It will attract about 3 500 000 000 worth of investments into Russia-based BitBaza corporation,” – Zubarev added.

The development of digital economy and cross-cutting technologies in Russia is outlined in “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation” program.

“Among the key objectives of the program is the goal of providing for institutional and infrastructural environment suitable for development of high-tech digital economy-related projects in Russia. Siberia, in particular, may become a world’s digital data storage and processing hub,” – the parliamentarian noted.

It should also be reminded that according to the statement made by the Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Sergei Donskoi earlier in March, it is considered appropriate to use solar energy and wind power for cryptocurrency mining in Russia. According to Donskoi, the idle capacities needed for these purposes are to be sought in Siberia and Russian Far East.

source: https://en.bitnovosti.com/2018/03/14/blockchain-industry-leaders-see-vast-business-potential-in-russian-siberia/

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Belarus – Gomel to host conference on digital economy

An international scientific conference on the topical issues of theory and practice in today’s economics will take place at Francysk Skaryna Gomel State University on 15 March, BelTA learned from the university.

The conference will be centered around digital economy development: strategic priorities of innovative economy development, e-commerce, new technology in business, problems of financial relations, development of regional systems, and other matters.

A total of 200 university students and master’s students from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, and Bulgaria are set to present their works in five sections.

“This will be the sixth installment of the conference. The number of participants grows every year, with new topical relevant topics coming into the spotlight. For instance, this year some research will be dedicated to cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and the introduction of digital financial instruments into the domestic economy,” the university noted. A collection of scientific articles will be published in the follow-up to the event. The organizers are Belarus’ Education Ministry and Francysk Skaryna Gomel State University.
source:http://eng.belta.by/society/view/gomel-to-host-conference-on-digital-economy-development-15-march-109920-2018/

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Wanchain wants to power the new digital economy

President Dustin Byington has a clear vision for Wanchain, a company using the blockchain to power the new digital economy.

Wanchain believes the “digital economy’ will soon become simply the “economy.” Just like photography has been digitized, crypto-finance will be too as increased functionality and transparency attract more people. That will increase pressure on companies to produce crypto assets and governments to develop cryptocurrencies which will, in turn, drive participation rates even higher.

We’re still in the early stages, where blockchain pioneers are laying the groundwork upon which future gains will be made. Those efforts include the creation of blockchains for each digital asset which help track their path but which makes it difficult to communicate between chains. First came Bitcoin, which Ethereum improved with smart contracts.

Wanchain links crypto-assets via cross-chain smart contracts so banking applications can be developed that guide flows on-chain between different cryptocurrencies.

“Wanchain’s is a fully programmable blockchain,” Mr. Byington said. “Developers can build any app on us, then when they have proxy tokens on the same ledger, we can do things like decentralized exchanges that are applications sitting on top of the blockchain.”

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Say a user wants to use Wanchain’s blockchain to exchange ETH for LTC. The users deposit their ETH into Wanchain. The ETH is technically locked on the Ethereum blockchain as a new proxy token (W-ETH) is minted on Wanchain’s blockchain.

“The W-ETH is a receipt for ETH,” Mr. Byington explained. “It is a bearer instrument which means that anyone that holds it can cash it.”

Another user deposits LTC onto Wanchain, receiving W-LTC in return. The Wanchain blockchain recognized the W-ETH and W-LTC. Using an on-chain exchange built on Wanchain, for example, the Kyber-Wanchain Decentralized Exchange, the user facilitates the W-ETH/W-LTC trade before cashing out the W-LTC for LTC. The W-LTC is technically burned and the LTC that was locked on the Litecoin blockchain is unlocked.

Wanchain also offers WAN Smart Contracts, which allow people to deploy smart contracts with Monero-level privacy protection on Ethereum. Once in possession of a special token, users can issue a token with privacy protection too. With each new coin comes increased utility.

“We’re the world’s first smart contract platform with ring signatures,” Mr. Byington said. A ring signature is a digital signature which can be completed any one of a group of key holders, meaning any message signed in this manner is endorsed by a member of the key holder group. Transactions are validated by a group.

“There is no central counterparty risk, as transactions are not controlled by any one single person but by a group of validators,” Mr. Byington said.

Private smart contracts enable institutions and other high-volume exchange participants to transact without the rest of the world knowing, a key threshold if crypto exchanges are to become commonplace, Mr. Byington said.

“If you go on to other blockchains, there is no privacy protection. That public transparency is not the right architecture for future financial infrastructure.

“We think individual privacy is a building block.”

Mr. Byington used the digital photography analogy as he imagined a future where the world’s assets become digitized, taken out of the physical world and replaced with 0s and 1s.

“Our vision is one where many of the world’s assets can be digitized and their flow and movement governed by an app sitting on top of Wanchain. We;re not rebuilding, we’re recreating.

“This is the new finance.”

source:www.banklesstimes.com

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Park of High Technologies in Belarus holds hackathon on blockchain and cryptocurrency

mainlogoThe business-incubator of the Park of High Technologies has held a hackathon on blockchain and cryptocurrency for the teaching staff. Its participants came from different parts of the country.

Presentations were prepared in an intelligible form. The Park of High Technologies tried to make sure that teachers were able to share their knowledge with colleagues after this forum.

Belarus was the first country in the world to legislatively regulate the technology of blockchain and operations with cryptocurrencies. The decree On the development of the digital economy will come into force in late March.

source:www.tvr.by