Blockchain4Ukraine — a bunch of pro-crypto Ukrainian lawmakers — and the citizen group Digital Belongings of Ukraine (VAU) revealed a joint roadmap for selling and growing Web3 within the nation. The doc was signed by its co-authors on Nov. 14, in line with regional media.
The roadmap proposes a set of measures for selling Web3, such because the launch of a regulatory sandbox for blockchain and Web3 initiatives, creation of a nationwide blockchain-backed land and realty register, preparation of a “blockchain plan” to rebuild the nation after the battle, and integration of Ukraine into the European blockchain neighborhood.
VAU and Blockchain4Ukraine additionally intend to work on a self-sovereign identification pilot challenge and to hunt methods of implementing blockchain into Ukraine’s healthcare and training programs.
The checklist of potential companions of the roadmap contains civil society and nongovernment organizations in addition to enterprise and scientific communities. The group engaged on the roadmap will put together a set of payments to advertise its initiatives on the authorized stage.
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In June, Ukraine grew to become the third nation outdoors of the European Union to affix the European Blockchain Partnership, an initiative derived by the EU’s 27 member states to ship cross-border public providers. Again then, VAU CEO Konstantin Ermolenko revealed Ukraine’s curiosity in operating test-node of the European Blockchain Companies Infrastructure and pilot use instances of the cross-border public providers primarily based on blockchain expertise.
In March 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed the nation’s first main cryptocurrency-related laws, the invoice “On Digital Belongings.” The invoice establishes the Nationwide Securities and Inventory Market Fee of Ukraine and the Nationwide Financial institution of Ukraine as two main regulators of the crypto market.
For the reason that starting of the Russian invasion in February 2022, Ukraine has managed to collect over $100 million in cryptocurrency donations by way of its government-curated Crypto Fund of Ukraine.