One of the top cryptocurrencies on the current global market — Cardano (ADA) recently announced its next big strategic goal. According to Cardano, they will seek to use its technology to improve the situation in Africa.
Cardano plans to make concrete one of the most important issues in African countries — the right of ownership. The aim is to establish a registration system based on the blockchain, which identificeret land using GPS coordinates. With the new system, the land owner can be easily identified, and his right of ownership is proven fast and cheap.
One of the first countries in Africa to adopt blockchain technology and digital innovation has become Rwanda. The state in the long term plans to fix their rosters in the blockchain, thus creating a strong base for the development and dissemination of technologies in Africa.
According to the official statement of John O’connor, Director of African operations for IOKH, they plan to turn the national Cardano in the blockchain and use in all African countries for registration of land. According to O’connor, this cooperation is only the first step, as in the future they plan to use Cardano for many other projects.
According to representatives of the initiative is an ambitious plan that requires long-term hard work and unity from the government, NGOs and private sector companies. The most important thing you need to do for successful implementation of the project is to invest in education and awareness-raising about Blockchain technology in Africa.
At the moment negotiations are underway on cooperation with universities in Barbados and in Greece, which will train young programmers the ability to work with Haskell. The learning process will be free.