Cardano has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Burundi to help bring about digital transformation in the country.
In a tweet, Charles Hoskinson, CEO, Cardano, confirmed this with a picture of a meeting with the President of Burundi, Evariste Ndayishimiye.
The MoU comes just days after Cardano got into yet another partnership with Zanzibar where Charles met President Ali Mwinyi and discussed the Blue Economy and how both Cardano and World Mobile fit into the picture.
Following the MoU signing, Charles updated his profile with a picture of him and President Evariste of Burundi.
While an MoU is not really a binding contract, it usually indicates a willingness to work together down the road.
Cardano had similarly signed an MoU with the Ethiopian government back in 2018 before starting to work together in 2021 in digitizing the education system in the country.
Charles is currently on an African tour where he is visiting several countries in an effort to further boost Cardano’s efforts on the ground across the continent.
On the Cardano website, the company outlines its vision “for economic identity and empowerment, to sustainability and financial inclusion across the African continent.”
Clearly, Cardano has big plans for Africa and the Burundi MoU is a further demonstration of this resolve.
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