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Tether and Georgia's Authorities Join Forces to Champion Blockchain Innovation

Tether, the leading stablecoin issuer, inks an MOU with Georgia's government, aiming to transform Georgia into a hotspot for blockchain and P2P technology.

Signing of the Tether-Georgia MOU, a step towards blockchain advancement.

Tether, the leading stablecoin issuer, has recently initiated a milestone partnership with Georgian authorities through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). This strategic alliance is geared towards transforming Georgia into a focal point for blockchain and peer-to-peer technology, marking an innovative shift in the global economic landscape. With this move, Tether not only demonstrates its commitment towards global expansion but also underscores its role as a pioneer in the ever-evolving digital sector.

With the Georgian government on board, Tether is set to cultivate an advanced environment for peer-to-peer technology. This partnership has been hailed by Paolo Ardoino, Tether’s Chief Technology Officer, as a significant stepping stone for the platform's growth, enhancing its reputation as a go-to infrastructure partner for nations and cities worldwide.

Recognizing the immense potential of crypto assets, Tether is strategizing to empower cities by promoting the acceptance of blockchain-related technologies. These include Bitcoin and other P2P tech solutions like Holepunch and Keet. The partnership aims to create a favourable setting for decentralized solutions and P2P tech enterprises, with a focus on fostering a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem within the Georgian jurisdiction.

Georgia's quality of life and supportive work conditions have played a key role in attracting Tether towards this venture. Now, both parties are keen to attract international investment, sparking innovative and successful initiatives within the blockchain sector.

Irakli Nadareishvili, the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, confirmed Tether's eagerness to invest in Georgia. The company will create a special fund to support local ventures in developing blockchain technologies. This move is expected to position Georgia as an attractive hub for technological enterprises. The collaboration also extends into the educational sector, with both parties agreeing to work together to enhance blockchain technology education.