Ukraine’s Finance Minister Attends Local Blockchain Hackathon
Saturday, September 24, Ukraine’s minister of finance, Alexander Danilyuk, has attended All-Ukraine Blockchain Hackathon in Kyiv.
The event isÂ organized by Distributed Lab, IDF Reforms Lab and Gesellberg.
â€śIt’s nice to see all of you here! Personally, everything that goes on here is very interesting and immediate. For one I wish to say the following: it’s always a pleasure to work with what is ahead of progress,â€ť the minister said.
This July, Alexander Danilyuk contacted the Blockchain Incredible Party 001 in Odessa via Skype to claim that Ukraine may become the world’s first country to use a transparent blockchain-based system for selling public property.
The minister also confessed he once considered scientific career.
â€śSometimes you take a look at what scientists are doing, and feel something like friendly envy. It’s miracles that you’re doing. And I too wish to be a part of it.â€ť
According to the minister, he is interested in blockchain because of the technology’s reliability and manipulation resistance.
â€śSpeaking of Ukraine, lots of things here are based on manipulation. Mistrust for authorities [is] related to the fact that we’re inside and can manipulate, so the thing is about changing the very mechanics of our work. Blockchain can help it! I wish you effective work and good spirits,â€ť Danilyuk added.
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