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ADA-Ethiopia Deal Now Signed Says Hoskinson

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  • Ethiopia’s “special committee” has signed the ADA’s deal.
  • The committee signed the deal excluding the country’s minister.

A couple of days ago, Cardano (ADA) CEO Charles Hoskinson disclosed an important update about ADA’s deal with the Ethiopian government.

Hoskinson said that they had sent the deal to Ethiopia for an official signature from the country’s Minister. Also, Ethiopia’s “special committee” has signed the deal for Cardano to execute the project, according to a report. The deal was signed on March 25, excluding only the minister’s signature.

This made Hoskinson react in a tweet post:

For some reason, I have this strong desire to tweet these two pictures. Must be the blending of my ornithological endeavors with my love of 18th century American history.

To be specific, the tweet post picture puzzle appears with a bird and an image of prominent American patriot John Hancock. Hancock is “remembered primarily by Americans for his large, flamboyant signature on the Declaration, so much so that he became in the US, an informal synonym for signature.”

Currently, the Cardano network is still waiting for the official announcement of the Ethiopian government regarding this partnership. Although, there are some rumors that Hoskinson says that the deal was already signed. Above all, this partnership brings the Cardano company one step closer to its aim to drive more expansion within the African continent.

Cardano’s price is $1.18 with a 24hr trading volume of $3,101 at the time of writing, according to CoinGecko.

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Collins Adane is a writer who follows the crypto industry closely. He loves fish stew and Real Madrid. He believes in cryptocurrency’s potential to transform the money landscape in his native country Ghana.