The Central African Republic will launch the official cryptocurrency center “Sango”

The Central African Republic will launch the official cryptocurrency center “Sango”

Shortly after approving Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender in the Central African Republic (CAR), the local government is moving to provide the digital currency infrastructure.

Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadera announced on Twitter on May 24 the upcoming launch of the country’s first major cryptocurrency initiative, dubbed “Sango.”

The creation of the RCA cryptocurrency center comes shortly after the National Assembly unanimously adopted Bitcoin as legal tender, Touadera noted.

Following the unanimous approval of #BTC’s legal tender status by the National Assembly, we are pleased to showcase the first concrete initiative! It goes beyond politics and administration and has the potential to reshape the CAR’s financial system.

The CAR presidency previously introduced the Sango project as the legal cryptocurrency investment platform on the government’s official Facebook page on May 24. The Sango platform is positioned as the CAR’s “first crypto initiative” and is named after the CAR’s second official language after French.

According to the official Sango website mentioned in the statement, the Sango platform was initiated by the National Assembly and is supported by the CAR government and the president.

“Building the first legal cryptocurrency center in the heart of Africa will enhance the cryptocurrency experience by taking Bitcoin adoption to the next level, potentially bringing the world’s most unconventional spacesays the presidential statement.

Touadera noted that the adoption of Bitcoin offers “unimaginable possibilities” for the development and transformation of the country, stating:

“The crypto center, Bitcoin […] and cryptocurrencies are the tools that will reshape the future of our country. Sango can usher in a new economic era with enormous potential, which neither Africa nor the rest of the world has imagined.”

The president also said that his greatest wish is for the Sango project to make cryptocurrencies accessible to all, creating an international case of how the benefits of cryptocurrencies become vectors of the country’s economic performance.. “The formal economy is no longer an option,” the president said, adding that new platforms like Sango aim to cut red tape and promote competition.

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The Central African Republic has become the first country in Africa to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender and the second country in the world to do so after El Salvador.

Amid the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies on the continent, several African countries have moved to embrace digital assets.. In April, countries such as Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Republic of the Congo revealed their plans to adopt the TON blockchain as a cryptocurrency and blockchain to fuel future national economic progress.

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