7th World Government Summit Held In UAE to Talk About Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
Gulf Today, a prominent business news outlet in UAE has reported that the country’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) will discuss virtual currencies and blockchain at the 7th World Government Summit.
The first day of the event will host closed-door discussions on the development of SMEs and Blockchain and digital assets as well as on good governance. The second day will have an open session with the IMF on the role development funds can play by investing in the digital economy.
Younis Haji Al-Khoori, MoF Undersecretary, said,
“The Summit is the starting point for the development of ideas, visions, and initiatives that enhance human life and enhance the role and work of governments in promoting the quality of their societies. The UAE has made a quantum leap in embracing this important event by analyzing and anticipating the future and building for it, not only for today and tomorrow’s generations but also for future generations. We seek to ensure the future sustainability of financial and economic resources and meet the aspirations and needs of future generations by identifying and taking on challenges.”
Over the past six years, the World Government Summit has been drawing the preeminent regional and international leaders, decision makers to discuss new ways of dealing and shaping change. While the summit is to be considered a global platform to launch the dialogues and host experts from around the world for a better future.
More than 4,000 senior decision-makers from 140 countries – including heads of state, ministers and business leaders – will come together to shape the future of the planet at the World Government Summit (WGS) in Dubai starting from Sunday (February 10). The summit will host more than 600 global thought leaders, this year, including four Nobel Laureates. World-famous speakers will participate in more than 200 interactive sessions on vital sectors that will shape the future of humanity.