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February 20 will be presented the road map of the project “Crypto-Crimea”

The “road map” for digitalization of the Crimea, as well as attracting private investments in local projects through the ICO will be ready by February 20. This is stated in the message of the Russian Association of Crypto-Currency and Block (RACIB), RNS reports  .

The decision was made following the results of the first meeting of the working group of the project “Crypto-Crimea” with the participation of the executive authorities of the Republic of Crimea and the leadership of the RACIB.

The project “Crypto-Crimea” will be realized due to the creation on the peninsula of the Development Center of block-technologies.

Its creation was initiated by the RACIB with the support of the Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea, G.L. Muradova.

The working group should agree on the format of Crimea’s participation in the program of digitalization of the Russian economy as an advanced pilot site – the “regulatory sandbox”, as well as form proposals on the organization of a special legal regime for fi nite entrepreneurs who are interested in attracting direct private investment in the economy of the Crimea on the basis of the block technologies.

“The first results of the work of the working group, as well as the main stages of the road map of the project will be presented at the international congress BLOCKCHEINF-2018,” the RACIB said.

As explained in the RACIB, the Center for the development of block-technologies in the Crimea can be opened in April in the framework of the Yalta forum.

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