Central African Republic Sango Genesis Event begins on July 3rd, By this event CAR going to transform their economy by The help of Blockchain and we can say CAR,S are going to kick off their Economy transformation by making CAR,S as a blockchain Hub .
President Toudéra Recently Tweeted on Monday and Reconfirm his plans to Establishes Bitcoin as Legal tender in Central Africa , They also told us that “With Bitcoin as legal tender & inspiration, our country opens a new chapter in its inspiring journey towards a brighter future via blockchain tech,”
He said that chapter of the inspiring journey to a brighter future through blockchain technology was just beginning.
In April, CAR took the world by surprise when the President signed the crypto legal framework into law. This also made Bitcoin an official currency. The government would treat Bitcoin as the legacy CFA Franc, which is exempted from capital gains tax and can be used to pay one’s other taxes.
The President also announced the Sango Project, which aims to transform CAR into a “crypto hub”, which attracts international investors. It will also include the establishment of a crypto national bank and the creation of a state-sponsored lightning vault.
According to today’s translation, the project will also include the “tokenization” of the country’s natural resource. On July 3rd, at 7 p.m. CET, more information will be available during the Sango Genesis Event. The president described it as the most revolutionary conference in the history “blockchain technology” or “Web 3”.
CAR,S are trying to Copy the El Salvador Policy for Bitcoin
Their initiatives have received a similar response worldwide, but that is not necessarily a good thing. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), just like El Salvador, has rejected the legal tender decision. They cited “legal, transparency and economic policy” issues.
According to CAR’s authorities they worked with its regional Central Bank as well as the World Bank during Bitcoin adoption. Although it declined to support the Sango project through investments, it did offer a $35million loan to “digitize” CAR’s public sector.