Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano affirmed he had signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the government of Burundi.
In mid-October 2021, the MOU agreement is Hoskinson’s first major preliminary agreement that secured kickstarting Cardano’s African tour.
A meeting was held between Zanzibar and Hussein Ali Mwinyi island national president. Hoskinson Burundi helped Cardano in April 2021 to achieve its latest major agreement with an African state.
Burundi government as well as Cardano’s latest achievement, Hoskinson went on Twitter and shared some key moments of his Burundi tour. He said:
“Great meeting with his excellency President Évariste Ndayishimiye about the future of Burundi’s digital transformation.”
Cardano appreciated Hoskinson for his efforts expressed about the agreement. Although, Dietary questioned Cardano’s decision to hand over the blockchain to the wrong people. The users asked:
We know that Cardano wants to help reform Africa, so I looked deeper into what Hoskinson is talking to. It didn’t take long to see that he’s handing tech to the wrong people.
What kind of government is actually in power in Burundi, and who are these people that he’s creating a partnership with exactly?
Thou, President Évariste Ndayishimiye’s government shares several supporting links. Reddit users argued Hoskinson’s option to work with government officials.
The users made these statements:
“You can’t create public infrastructure without cooperation with public officials. If they are human rights violators, they are trash, but if the crypto game plays out as we all wish for, those autocrats sealing their own demise by catalyzing adoption.”
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