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ICI Bucharest launched the first European institutional platform for trading digital assets: ICI D|SERVICES

Today, April 26, 2023, the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics - ICI Bucharest launched the first European institutional platform for trading digital assets, which manages NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) and operates based on decentralized Blockchain and Web3 technologies:, within the Critical Infrastructure Protection Forum, at the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest.

The launch of the platform was carried out in the presence of the Minister of Research, Innovation and Digitization, Mr. Sebastian Burduja, the Minister of Economy, Mr. Florin Spătaru and the State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, Mr. Mihai Diaconu, who presented a message from the Minister of Finance, Mr. Adrian Câciu.

"Today, we are living a historic moment. We are launching the first European institutional trading platform for digital assets. We only tried to bring the ecosystem of state institutions into the area of new technologies because it represents the future to which we must all adapt. Together we can create proposals to create an environment conducive to development because prosperity means wider democracy. This is only the beginning, and we want to continue the partnership between public institutions, the business environment, the academic area, the cultural area, and civil society because only together can we succeed, and the good of each is reflected in the good of all." Said Adrian-Victor Vevera, director of ICI Bucharest.

ICI Bucharest developed the ICI D|SERVICES platform, the first government initiative to join the ecosystem of innovative applications built on the MultiversX blockchain network. The six existing collections are:

  • "ICONS of the Generational Circle" – David Popovici
  • "The Generational Circle" - Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee
  • "Memories of Future Self" – AGERPRES
  • "A World in a Stamp" - Romfilatelia
  • "Our A.I. Story - Central University Library Reimagined" - "Carol I" Central University Library
  • "Past | Present | Future" – ICI Bucharest