Signed by Bataan Governor Joet Garcia and nChain AG Chairman Stefan Matthews, the memorandum of understanding aims to digitalize the operations of the Provincial Government of Bataan.
Bataan’s reputation as a digital hub has been growing and as Samson told CoinGeek Backstage, the province’s leadership is fully behind digitalization efforts.
Brendan Lee tells CoinGeek Backstage that such a ledger would incorporate national assets such as ID and CBDC, but still localized to serve the smaller regions.
The Women in Blockchain Philippines founder has been supporting women in the male-dominated sector and believes the sector is warming up to female leaders.
DICT is pushing for the adoption of emerging tech and as Batapa revealed, it’s now expanding its initiatives to Bataan and other regions around the Philippines.
BSV personalities believe the province of Bataan has what it takes to become a global blockchain hub by exploring collaborative partnerships with the private and government sectors.
Brendan Lee, Stefan Matthews and Gareth Roberts were among the BSV ambassadors at the Bataan event, and they were all educating the attendees about Bitcoin SV.
When it comes to digital transformation, the Philippines still has a long way to go, which is why its officials are doubling down on their efforts to digitalize the country as it catches up with the rest of the world.