Cardano Africa's special event marred by verification calls

The Africa Special Event aired Thursday and showcased Cardano's developments on the continent. The show has been viewed more than 120,000 times at the time of writing, and IOG CEO Charles Hoskinson described it as the most popular show they have ever produced. While the response was extremely positive with a wide variety of consumer and crypto publications on the event, Hoskinson pointed to a marked lack of coverage from CoinDesk. CoinDesk editor-in-chief Marc Hochstein said they are still waiting for a response from the Ethiopian ministry. “The media response was also incredible, we interviewed The Financial Times, Cointelegraph, My Lord They Covered It, CityAM, The New York Times and dozens of people. More news is coming. Not particularly, I can't see it right now, I don't know if it's covered or not. I didn't check my media list, it was CoinDesk. Cardano's Africa Strategy Cardano has been in the business of adopting blockchain in Africa for years. Hoskinson said he established IOG to equalize developed and developing countries. To add that developed countries consider many things such as payments and insurance as natural. , loan, etc. Conversely, poor infrastructure in developing countries makes even simple tasks such as getting paid a tedious process. “I started my job in February 2015 with the dream of giving an economic identity to those who do not have it. The truth is that the world still lives in two different configurations, one for the developed and one for the other. For development. "The Ethiopian Ministry of Education's collaboration with Cardano through the Atala PRISM solution broke down before the special Africa event. The agreement aims to increase education and employment possibilities through a blockchain-based student teacher enrollment system. The announcement was infrastructure development news.

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