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The Central African Republic Unveils ‘The First Crypto Initiative’

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The Central African Republic Unveils ‘The First Crypto Initiative’
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  • The Central African Republic has published plans for a “crypto hub”.
  • The plan has been dubbed “Project Sango”.
  • Sango.org has a 24-page presentation detailing the Project Sango initiative.

The Central African Republic has published plans for a “crypto hub” called Project Sango. The project involves a “crypto island” and a digital wallet all to attract global crypto enthusiasts. Project Sango was started by the Central African Republic National Assembly and supported by the President, Faustin-Archange Touadéra.

A Facebook post on May 24 showed a document that mentioned details about Project Sango, dubbed “The First Crypto Initiative”. Additionally, a website has been created under the name sango.org, where visitors can either contribute or register for a waitlist. Once registered, users are presented with a 24-page presentation detailing the features of Project Sango.

The 24-page presentation includes many details of “The First ‘Crypto Initiative’”. Project Sango was started by the Central African Republic National Assembly and supported by the President, Faustin-Archange Touadéra.

The objective of Project Sango is to build the first legal Crypto Hub in the heart of Africa. Secondly, Project Sango aims to take the “Bitcoin legacy to the next level”. Finally, Project Sango aims to build a physical ‘Crypto Island’ named “Sango”. 

The presentation also details the different ‘Call to Actions’ of the project. These different actions involve creating a wallet; digital identity and ownership solutions; tokenization solutions; and the Sango Metaverse ecosystem.

Furthermore, Faustin-Archange Touadéra, The President of The Central African Republic, tweeted on May 21 hinting at big plans related to Bitcoin.

This news immediately follows The Central African Republic making Bitcoin a legally recognized currency in April 2022. The Finance Minister of The Central African Republic Herve Ndoba said the following.

The African nation has also been working on creating a legal framework around the use of cryptocurrencies that will focus on defining how citizens can interact with digital assets.

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