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The DTMA portal is now online and opened to registrations. The community portal is now online and open to registrations. Registered users will be able to connect to like-minded creatives and entrepreneurs, locate potential partners and investors for their projects, promote their skills and businesses, and attend seminars and workshops.
After reportedly eyeing blockchain technology to stamp out child trafficking, Moldova, Europe’s poorest country, will now be adopting the technology to power investment opportunities in the country through the creation of a “Digital & Distributed Technology Moldova Association”, DTMA
DTMA core objectives will leverage Moldova’s untapped human resource potentials in introducing core international blockchain products into its economic system. Moldova’s human resources will be an invaluable asset for organizations seeking highly skilled and versatile personnel. The country’s policies also facilitate a perfect testbed for incubating, maturing, and trialing projects for the global community.
Founded, developed, and supported by an advisory board comprising of both local and international luminaries, DMTA will further developments of blockchain innovations through workshops and presentation by eminent authorities.within and outside the country. These personalities will present variable use cases for blockchain to help the community harness the disruptive power of the blockchain and channel it towards developmental efforts.
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