11/09/19 06:00 UTC-4

The second blockchain and cryptocurrency international conference will be held

CryptocurrencyThe second blockchain conference will be held in North Korea
The second blockchain conference will be held in North Korea

North Korea will host the second "international blockchainBlockchain
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and cryptocurrency conference" in February 2020. And it also became known that North Koreans can now store accounts in cryptocurrency and for this purpose wallets are currently being developed in the country.


International blockchain and cryptocurrency conference 

The 2020 event is hosted by the Korean Friendship Association (KFA), a Spanish-based group supporting the pro-North Korean government.

The weekly event will be held in the metropolitan scientific and technical complex of Pyongyang from February 22 to 29, and, as its organizers promised earlier, it seems to be larger than this year's event, held in April, in which, according to KFA, More than 100 participants from all over the world.

Tickets for the conference cost 3400 euros, but, like this year, tickets will be banned for passport holders in South Korea, Japan and Israel.

Alejandro Cao de Benes from KFA under a post about the upcoming Twitter conference answered a question stating that North Koreans are allowed to own cryptocurrencies and that currently the country is developing wallets.

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  • This year, the first international blockchain conference was held in North Korea in Pyongyang from April 18 to 25. It is known that about 100 people from all over the world took part in it. 


Editor: Alyona Nabok

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