National Cryptocurrency Could Be on Agenda in Moldova

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Recently UNDP’s (United Nations Development Programme) Alternative Financing Lab in cooperation with Emercoin started testing whether blockchain can provide a more effective way of managing local UN office car fleet.

According to the press release, UNDP were inspired by a decentralized ride-sharing outfit in Israel, Lazooz and driver-owned car sharing startup Arcade City.

“When it comes to UNDP’s emergency response in employment, we have a hunch that blockchain could provide a more effective way of transferring and tracking funds, and shifting our strategy in line with what is happening in the field- this is a work in progress though but one we’re excited about,” the press release says.

ForkLog talked with Veaceslav Cunev, President of the Moldovan Association of ICT Companies, who attended recent Bitcoin Blockchain Conference Kiev 2016, to discuss the project details.

Read more ... source: TheBitcoinNews