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Afghanistan Gov’t Considers Adopting Fantom Technology

Afghanistan Gov’t Considers Adopting Fantom Technology
  • Fantom Foundation meeting with the Ministry of Urban Development and Lands of Afghanistan.
  • The Ministry of Urban Development and Lands is considering adopting the Fantom technology.
  • Mr. Gul Rahman Tutakhel emphasized the importance of digitizing information and administrative systems.

Fantom Foundation expressed excitement in a tweet about their recent meeting with Afghanistan’s Ministry of Urban Development and Lands. The country is considering the adoption of Fantom Technology as part of its national digitization program.

Both the leadership of the ministry and Fantom’s technical team participated in the advisory meeting. Mr. Gul Rahman Tutakhel Moeen, Deputy Minister of Land Affairs, was also present.

At the meeting, Fantom proposed to digitize information systems of Zamindari programs for the Ministry. This initiative was welcomed by the attendees as digitalization of information and administrative systems will ease processes, speed up gov’t actions and prevent administrative corruption.

Mr. Abdul Qadir, from the technical team of Fantom, spoke about the benefits and full immunity of this system. He also explained China’s blockchain technology in great detail, especially related to its use in government offices for information records.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Gul Rahman stressed the importance of the digitalization of information and administrative systems. Discussion on the existing systems in place was postponed to the next meeting.

This recent progress comes in the light of various other plans to grow the company’s network. Earlier this month, Fantom tweeted related to its presentation of its blockchain tech to the United Nations Digital Currency Global Initiatives. In addition to that, Fantom will also provide its highlight to the UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU) members.

The company wants to apply easy-to-follow and well-developed financial policies in the crypto market. It hopes to work with both developed and emerging countries to handle their finance more efficiently.

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