Central African Republic launches Sango Coin.
Four months ago the central state on the African continent made Bitcoin legal tender, and now during a special ad hoc event, the Sango Coin has been launched.
At the Sango Genesis Event, the President of the Central African Republic unveiled the new state crypto, which will be used as a gateway to access the country’s resources such as oil, diamonds, and copper.
“Sango Coin will be the next generation currency for the Central African Republic. It will be the gateway to the CAR’s natural resources”.
The move follows along the lines of the foreign policy measure imposed by Putin on the rest of the world, and in particular Russia’s hostile states for oil purchases, and aims to increase the use of the token massively even outside state borders.
“Digital gold will be the engine of our future civilization!”
The country’s plans also include the creation of an A to Z crypto island on the Oubangui River.
The Central African state will also gradually adopt blockchain technology for the modernization and efficiency of state services, logistics, taxation, administration, etc.
The event was also attended by the country’s finance minister, Hervé Ndoba, who explained how there is a correlation between the Sango Coin and Bitcoin.
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The Sango Coin aims to become the currency of choice on the African continent and in anticipation of South Africa with the BRICS, the aim is to hegemonize the continent.
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