Fantom to steer blockchain-based IT arrangements in Uzbekistan

Fantom’s quality in Central and South Asia has extended to Uzbekistan with the association zeroing in on upscaling the country’s data innovation framework.

The Fantom Foundation has reported a joint endeavor with AG Mentors Group headed by previous Uzbekistan Deputy Prime Minister Elyar Ganiev.

As indicated by the declaration distributed on the Fantom Blog on Wednesday, the joint effort will utilize Fantom-based blockchain answers for modernize the country’s IT foundation.

Fantom’s association with AG Mentors comes in the midst of the Uzbekistan government’s computerized change plan. Back in 2020, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev spread out an arrangement to use advanced innovation to improve public administrations in the nation named “Strategy for Digital Uzbekistan.”

Fantom will purportedly give custom fitted blockchain-based arrangements in regions like store network the board, national bank computerized money and venture asset arranging, among others.

As indicated by the declaration, the Fantom Foundation intends to draw on its experience working with different governments in Central and South Asia.

To be sure, as recently revealed by Cointelegraph, Fantom is right now occupied with a public-private association concurrence with the public authority of Tajikistan. Fantom’s tasks in Tajikistan are additionally customized towards the IT area with an attention on driving modernization in the country.

Aside from its association with the Tajik government, Fantom additionally has collective tasks in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In Pakistan, Fantom is engaged with creating blockchain-based answers for the Punjab Prisons Department while in Afghanistan, the blockchain project is working with the Ministry of Health to use decentralized innovation in fighting the spread of fake drugs.

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