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Perlin and the Montenegro Govt partner for blockchain adoption

perlin Montenegro’s Government, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and blockchain development company Perlin have signed a tripartite agreement in a bid to develop blockchain pilot programs and fuel entrepreneurialism for supporting its goal of joining the EU.

Sanja Damjanovic, Minister of Science for Montenegro said, “Innovation is key to Montenegro’s continued economic growth, which is why we’ve partnered with the International Chamber of Commerce and Perlin. Using their technology, we will collaborate to meaningfully improve the everyday lives of our citizens and advance our country’s standing on the international stage. Our Ministry will provide all the support we can to help advance research, develop and distribute Perlin’s pioneering blockchain technology throughout Montenegro and our trade partners in the EU and surrounding regions”.

According to the supplier, the MoU signed is expected to provide Montenegro access to Perlin’s public blockchain- Wavelet. It will also enable Montenegro to offer resources such as market and operational data, research lab facilities as well as support R&D and product development. The collaboration will also enable Perlin to analyze opportunities for developing blockchain enterprise solutions with ICC including ICC TradeFlow, Clarify and a proposed ICC Trade Coin ( a stablecoin developed in collaboration with Perlin).

“Perlin is incredibly excited to be working directly with the Government of Montenegro, known for its entrepreneurial drive and thirst for innovation. Together we will help Montenegro digitalise across its trade, industry and public office sectors to help their communities continue to grow, flourish and thrive. We hope Montenegro is just the first of our direct government partnerships in Europe,” said Dorjee Sun, CEO of Perlin.

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