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ARA Now Uses Fantom Technology For Its Services

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  • According to the Fantom Foundation, Afghanistan Railway Authority will now use its technology.
  • Fantom has set out to implement blockchain-based tools to support Afghanistan’s digitization program.

Fantom Foundation has expressed excitement in a tweet for the Afghanistan Railway Authority (ARA). According to the tweet, Fantom said that the country’s Railway Authority will now use its technology for their services.

Besides, Fantom said that they are ready to implement blockchain tools as part of the country’s digitization program. Notably, Fantom said that this opportunity will mainly help them in upgrading ARA’s technology.

Also, the Afghanistan Railway Authority knows that Fantom will ensure a high transparency level for their services. Moreover, ARA believes that Fantom will bring much more efficiency for its customers under this joining.

Meanwhile, ARA functions as a government entity that generates revenue for the country. What is more, the ARA replied to Fantom’s tweet and gave a special thanks to SKChain Advisors and Sekandari Barek for giving the opportunity.

On the other hand, Fantom Foundation recently announced in a tweet about their meeting with Afghanistan’s Ministry of Urban Development and Lands. Talking about the meeting, Fantom disclosed that Afghanistan is considering adopting Fantom Technology for its national digitization event.

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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.