GN x Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation collaboration
Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation looks to boost crypto-literacy among Ukrainians. Gagarin News is ready to help it attain its goal.
On Feb.3, 2023, Gagarin News, a Ukraine-based crypto media outlet, signed a memorandum with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.
Together with the Ministry’s representatives, Gagarin News will create news pieces and educational content to boost the crypto-literacy of a wide range of Ukrainians, – an endeavor which is especially important in light of the crypto market’s rapid development and the growing use of tokens for daily purposes.
Cryptocurrencies are turning from an obscure term into a widely-accessible way of investment and payment. Our site’s mission is to facilitate the global mass adoption of cryptocurrencies and explain with our unique content how to use them. Our partnership with the Ministry of Digital Transformation is key for attaining this goalunderscores Ljubov Dzuzhynska, the СЕО of Gagarin News.
Commenting on the upcoming collaboration, the Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation Oleksandr Borniakov emphasized that education is paramount for the effective and ethical use of cryptocurrencies in Ukraine. As a dynamic media outlet catering to multilingual audiences that provides key crypto explanations in plain language, Gagarin News will help the Ministry attain its goal.
The Ministry is always interested in quality projects and is open to cooperation with motivated individuals, who are as keen to inform the public of the latest crypto developments as us. We aim to create widely useful content of the highest quality possible and positively view our collaboration, which we believe will bear productive resultsMr. Borniakov said.
Over the years, Ukraine has been one of the countries that actively support the crypto industry’s development.
In Feb. 2022, the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, legalized the industry by adopting the law on “Virtual Assets”.
Gagarin News was likewise launched in 2022. It caters to both Ukrainian and foreign audiences, publishing news in four languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian, and Georgian. It is available on all key social media, including Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok, YouTube, Discord, Reddit, and more.
Created in 2019, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine aims to transform Ukraine into a digital state. The Ministry is best known for the “Diia” ecosystem, which includes a mobile app, a website, and other services. The “Diia” app, which issued a digital passport that is the equivalent of the paper-based one, is a pioneer in the field. It also offers its users the fastest way of setting up a business, a holistic e-Malyatko service for parents, a unique legal and tax space for IT companies dubbed “Diia. City”, and other services.
After Russia launched a full-scale war against Ukraine on Feb.24, 2022, the Ministry is also fighting the first-ever digital war against the aggressor.