Charles Hoskinson Meets Zanzibar President and Heads of Other Countries on Cardano Africa Tour

Charles Hoskinson Meets Zanzibar President and Heads of Other Countries on Cardano Africa Tour

Head of IOG and chief of Cardano, Mr Hoskinson, has published some photos from Africa on Twitter to show that the Cardano tour around African countries continues and he has been meeting the continent’s top politicians to talk about blockchain innovations with them.

And before Burundi, we had a wonderful meeting about the Blue Economy with President Hussein Ali Mwinyi in Zanzibar. pic.twitter.com/jOqUmj0VeB— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) October 25, 2021

Hoskinson meets Zanzibar President

In the published photos, Hoskinson is standing next to Zanzibar’s 8th president Hussein Ali Mwinyi.

On October 15, Hoskinson flew from the US to Cape Town to participate in the meeting dedicated to blockchain innovations in African countries conducted as part of the CiTi event.

In his speech, he suggested that in the near future, Africa will be among the first countries that will begin fully utilizing blockchain-based products, which is likely to ensure its progress in the tech and financial spheres.

Heading over to Burundi

After Zanzibar, Cardano founder went over to Burundi to meet the local president Évariste Ndayishimiye and discuss the digital transformation of the country with him.

Hoskinson meets top-tier politicians and businessmen

In a recent video where he shared news from the tour around Africa, Hoskinson said that he has been having a lot of meetings with top politicians and entrepreneurs. Among them has been the head of ShopRite retail behemoth and with the company’s team responsible for innovations.

There are “tons of other meetings” in queue, according to Charles. On his “pan-African tour” as he jokingly refers to his large scale trip in Africa, he will be also visiting such countries as Kenya, Ethiopia. The tour will end in Egypt in a few days. According to Cardano’s blog, next time, Hoskinson will also visit Nigeria and Ghana.

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