Bringing zero-knowledge technology to Georgia in a historic partnership
Last week, the Partisia Blockchain team journeyed to Georgia, a land rich in cultural heritage as the birthplace of wine and now at the forefront of blockchain innovation. Here is a short recap of our fruitful trip.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading GITA agency
Last Thursday marked a milestone as Partisia Blockchain formalized its collaboration with the Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA) through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This pivotal agreement with GITA under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development sets the stage for collaborative efforts aimed at driving advancements in Web3 technology, both within Georgia and the wider Caucasus. By leveraging their combined expertise and resources, Partisia Blockchain and GITA will explore innovative solutions and applications of blockchain technology, fostering joint support for innovative projects, educational initiatives and frameworks for implementation. This collaboration signifies a commitment to shaping the digital transformation landscape, contributing to economic growth, innovation and societal development in Georgia and beyond.
Expanding the Partisia Blockchain community and ecosystem
Our team had the pleasure of meeting with members of the Georgian Web 3.0 community, where we showcased the transformative potential of Partisia Blockchain and multiparty computation (MPC) technology, our latest MOCCA solution and a range of other advantages of MPC. Additionally, we introduced our Grants Program aimed at fostering innovation in the Caucasus. In Tbilisi, we were treated to an exclusive demo of the Nova Miningverse video game, a tangible showcase of Partisia Blockchain’s capabilities. This was followed by an informal meeting with the team behind the game.
Strategic discussions continued
Last Friday began with a meeting with Razhden Kuprashvili, Head of the Georgian Anti-Corruption Bureau and his team at the Administration of the Government of Georgia. We discussed the potential of MPC and blockchain technology in combating corruption. Later, we exchanged ideas with entrepreneur Vako Turnava at the offices of his companies Sweeft and Skillwill. Conversations revolved around the various applications of MPC and privacy-enhancing technologies, emphasizing the importance of education and training.
This trip showcased the possibilities of blockchain technology and strengthened our commitment to driving positive change in Georgia and beyond. Stay tuned for updates as we continue to push the boundaries of innovation and collaboration in the world of Web 3.0.