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Input Output has announced a Cardano special on Africa for Thursday 29 April. 

The special will be broadcast at 16:30 UTC on the website, and will be a special show dedicated to Africa

Not much is known about the content that will be broadcast during the event, as the two video presentations do not reveal much. 


It will certainly talk about innovation, and the role Cardano could play in this process

Africa is potentially a geographical area with a long way to go to evolve and catch up with other more developed areas of the world. Cardano has long been working on several projects, often in collaboration with local authorities, to try and harness new blockchain-based technologies to foster this kind of development. 

Cardano’s projects in Africa

Given the considerable visibility they are trying to give to the event, it is possible that it will be used to give some information or news about new projects that the team has underway in Africa since they have been active in this region of the world for some time now. 

In fact, the aim of this special event for Africa would be precisely to celebrate the results already achieved and to unveil future plans.

This is the first event of its kind organized by Cardano and will be attended by Input Output founder and CEO Charles Hoskinson.

The event is expected to reveal some of the milestones achieved by the Cardano project on the continent, and in particular, the projects already underway and what will be done in 2021.

Speaking about Cardano Africa 2021 Charles Hoskinson said:

“This special is not about aspirations, it’s not about promises. This special is about delivery… If you can join us on April 29, together celebrate all the great accomplishments we’ve made and will continue to make”.


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