In the first block chainstate of Decenturion, very important events are taking place and if one of you, dear readers, does not follow them, then he misses a lot. It is possible that exactly here the history of the near future of mankind is written.
I’m not going to talk about the role of the Decenturion blockchain-state in the life of world society, but I’ll just tell you what happened a couple of days ago in Moscow.
To do this, I will use the materials of the official press release, so as not to mess up anything and you got absolutely accurate information.
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ambassadors of six African states, who took part in the Second Russian Congress of Decenturion citizens, became citizens of the state. Minister of Foreign affairs of Decenturion, High Commissioner of the EECO (Eurasian Economic Cooperation Organization) for International Relations, Deputy Secretary General of the EECO, Prof. Aniсet Gabriel Kotchofa announced about it.
As Prof. Kotchofa noted, this is only the beginning, because the idea of creating the world’s first state using blockchain in the economy, lawmaking and social sphere, giving everyone equal rights and opportunities, is supported by the entire African continent.
“There are 1.4 billion people living on the African continent, and recently only one person out of the 100 has a higher education, only one out of the 100 can use a computer, while 60% of the population are young people at the age of about 25”, — commented Anicet Kotchofa and added that the future state, which is Decenturion, right now is changing the world for the better, and this process is capturing more and more people.
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ambassadors to Russia and the CIS are among the honorable ambassadors of Decenturion:
Ghana — Lesley Akyaa Opoku Ware; Nigeria — Steve Davies Ugbah; Burkina Faso — Antoine Somdah; Guinea-Bissau — Seco Intchasso; Sierra Leone — John Sahr Francis Yambasu and Ambassador-at-large of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino in Russia, Yuri Alekseev.
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