Bitfury has announced it will launch the first ever Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) on the margins of Davos in January.
The two countries are still seen as the “poor relations” of the EU, but that is starting to change, at least for Romania, thanks both to its booming economy and the changing dynamics within the bloc.
The Bucharest-based company has developed its electronic payments wallet with the limitations of the Romanian market in mind, and users are steadily increasing.
A new law is regarded by many as a worrying step back to the days when wealthy politicians and businessmen used parliament to further their own interests at the expense of ordinary Romanians.
Despite the external blows of Brexit and then ‘Trumpquake’, there was a general improvement in Central and Eastern Europe’s transaction climate in 2016.
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