The feasibility and usage of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology in real life scenarios seems to be the norm as multiple luminaries spoke in support of digital assets and their underlying technology. The latest person to speak for blockchain technology is French President Emmanuel Macron, who stated that blockchain technology can be used to boost the agricultural industry as well as address concerns related to the food industry.
“Let’s do this in Europe, [be at the] the vanguard of agricultural data by developing tools that will track every product from raw material production to packaging and processing.”
The French President was speaking at the 56th International Agricultural Fair in Paris, where the Premier touched upon the need to track commodities so that it does not lead to scandals or issues. He further stated that innovations in fields such as blockchain should trickle down to other industries so that they can also benefit from it. In his words,
“The innovation is there and it must be used in the agricultural world as doing so would both bring shared excellence and offer benefits to consumers.”
Emmanuel Macron was also of the opinion that this system should be used by members of the European Union as well because of the sheer potential that currently exists in the market. France has not been completely against cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, as evidenced by the developments going on within the P5 nation.
In fact, France’s Financia Business School started accepting fees in Bitcoin [BTC] for postgraduate courses in financial and blockchain technology. Adam Hasib, a student at the school, spoke about the payment process and stated,
“I paid the registration deposit at school with the added value achieved in the meantime. I just had to contact the administration to get the wallet address before depositing my fees at the school.”
Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH] and XRP, the big three of the cryptocurrency world are also accepted as donations by UNICEF France. Sebastian Lyon, the Executive Director of UNICEF France, claimed,
“Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology for charitable purposes offer a new opportunity to appeal to the generosity of the public and continue to develop our actions with children in our country of intervention.”
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