Last month, the Central African Republic surprised the world Making bitcoin legal tender. As with El Salvador, Bitcoiners around the world have flocked to support the project. On May 22, a French-speaking Bitcoin-heavy delegation landed in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. Why were they there?

Talking about bitcoin, so. There is so much to learn and so much to waste. From helping participants download a Bitcoin wallet and distributing SAT to them; To explain the difference between Bitcoin and the rest of the crypto, everyone who interacts with technology for the first time has to answer the first set of questions. Francophone bikiners were busy spreading the message.

The delegation consists of:

  • Sebastien Goussapillo, President of the Economic Affairs Commission of Foreign Affairs.
  • JeanMarie Cambacérès, Social and Environmental Council of France.
  • Richard Detente, a journalist.
  • Jean-Christophe Brosnell, organizer of the SurfinBitcoin conference.
  • David Oren, a privacy worker.
  • Nicholas Barte, CEO of Galle
  • Nur, Galley Director of Partnership.

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What did the Francophone delegation say to the authorities in the Central African Republic?

Apart from a few tweets here and there, we still have the only report Galoy from themselvesAnd they don’t even know much:

“All we know so far is that the delegation was warmly welcomed. There have been several meetings with government officials as well as civil society representatives during the week. Orange pills are distributed. SAT was sent on lightning. The mind is gone. “

The highlight of the week came on Friday, when French-speaking Bitcoins hosted a presentation for the Central African economic and financial community. It is an “international organization consisting of the Central African Republic, Gabon, Cameroon, Chad, the Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea.” The event echoes the same Alliance for financial inclusion held for central bankers A week ago in El Salvador. Is something made in the most exciting part of the world?

What did Bitcoin and the Central African Economic and Monetary Community talk about?

“In front of 400 listeners, Galloway’s own Nicholas Bart made a presentation that emphasized the uniqueness of Bitcoin and how it differs critically from other cryptocurrencies. In addition, he outlined the benefits of bitcoin adoption in El Salvador over the months of the Bitcoin Act, ranging from financial inclusion, tourism and foreign investment to mining with renewable energy sources, to what could be the public acceptance of the right adoption before exploring potential positive effects. Of the Central African Republic. “

What else do we need to know?

To find out what’s going on in the heart of Africa, Tune in to a “live discussion” The event will be held at UTC on June 2, at 6 pm.

Among other stories, you will probably hear from an IMF representative who witnessed the conference and Dr. Yamb Entember claims that up to 85% of the Central African Republic’s exports (ie, gold) are in the treasury. France. Alas!

However, the conference appears to have had a positive effect on President Faustin-Archangel Toadera. He recently tweeted, “Global financial inclusion can only be achieved by taking the hardest resources backed by the currency of the universe. Bitcoin will pave the way for a better future. ” President Toya recently announced the project Sango“The first legal crypto hub recognized by a country’s parliament.”

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