On April 20, Input Output, the firm that founded the Cardano blockchain, shared the news of cooperation with countries of Africa and starting the Cardano Africa program.
ANNOUNCEMENT: To bank the unbanked we first need to connect the unconnected.— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) April 29, 2021
We’re partnering with @WorldMobileTeam to build a new mobile network, starting in Tanzania. We’re honored to premiere a special film during our #CardanoAfrica show, streaming now https://t.co/KC5NRPNi1U pic.twitter.com/Cf1LzDQjtO
The Chief Executive Officer of Input Output Group, Charles Hoskinson finds Africa plays a great role in crypto adoption as the country is advancing in the technological industry.
Another country that IOG partners with is Ethiopia. Ministry of Education together with Cardano and decentralized identity Atala PRISM will present a national progress recording mechanism for 5 M students and teachers.
Cardano Foundation also joined forces with blockchain protocol COTI and international non-profit organization "Save the Children" to create a blockchain-powered donation framework. Through it, direct ADA donations will be managed.
Cardano blockchain was launched in 2017. This month its in-built token ADA set a new all-time high of $1.56.