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The Ubex team headed by project CEO Artem Chestnov attended the Romanian Blockchain Summit in Bucharest and presented the project before Romanian legislators and prominent members of the blockchain industry.
The Ubex project was invited to participate in the Romanian Blockchain Summit, which was supported and organized by the government of Romania, in particular, the Ministry of Information and Communications. The prominent event took place in the Palace of the Parliament of Romania, a renowned building in Eastern Europe and a common point of interest for thousands of tourists. The colossal building was designed and supervised by chief architect Anca Petrescu (1949–2013) with a team of approximately 700 architects, and constructed over a period of 13 years (1984–97).
The summit was organized under the auspices of the government of Romania, which has decided to take active steps in promoting blockchain and working for developers inside the country. The Romanian government is moving to changing its legislation for developing a favorable environment for blockchain startups and the summit was organized to understand the needs of such projects and to attract them.
Ubex was invited to the event by CryptoCoin.Pro, the number 1 exchange in Romania, and specifically by its CEO and founder Sergiu Draganus, a long-time friend and associate of Ubex. CryptoCoin.Pro is an exchange providing fiat to crypto gateways focused on European customers.
During the event, the team had a number of negotiations with the representatives of the blockchain community, including Oleg Postokin of Coineal, its head of listings and business development. The team also met with investors too and participated in the AI Panel. The team discussed how to deal with big sets of data, specifics of storing the personal data and the future of jobs in the industry.
The Ubex team also held productive talks with Miko ...
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