- CZ has been travelling the world in an effort to promote crypto adoption.
- RNS.ID team is also hanging out with the Prime Minister of Albania and CZ.
CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ) recently posted a tweet that seemed to take place in Albania, where he met with Prime Minister Edi Rama and the team from RNS.ID, which bills itself as the first sovereignty-backed digital ID platform.
It is unclear why CZ is in the southern European nation, but Binance CEO said “pushing crypto adoption never stops,” suggesting he may be extending his crypto-related initiatives.
Pushing Crypto Adoption Globally
CZ has recently been travelling the world in an effort to promote crypto innovation and increase the number of people using cryptocurrencies. The United Arab Emirates (UAE), Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, El Salvador, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Palau are just a few of the countries where CZ has recently been to spread awareness about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
But not just CZ; the RNS.ID crew as a whole. Evident from their most recent tweet, RNS.ID is also hanging out with the Prime Minister of Albania.
Following its successful rollout in the Republic of Palau, RNS.ID may assist support Binance’s digital ID service in the nation by virtue of being a cryptocurrency project based on the BNB-chain. While in Palau in June to launch ID NFTs backed by the BNB Chain, CZ was briefed on the Root Name System (RNS) Digital Residency programme created by Cryptic Labs of California.
It was in 2017 when Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama met with Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin to discuss the potential of blockchain technology in the country. Mr. Rama also attended the Blockchain Summit in Malta, where he discussed the need of attracting blockchain businesses to Albania.
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