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On Wednesday 23 November, Luxembourg’s Prime Minister and Minister for Satte, Xavier Bettel, participated in the Luxembourg Internet Days 2016 organised by the Luxembourg Commercial Internet Exchange (LU-CIX).

In his speech, PM Bettel underlined the capacity of the Luxembourg ecosystem to adapt quickly to circumstances in constant change. “We want to remain the actors of our future, not just remote observers of technological evolutions.” In order to prepare the Luxembourg ecosystem for a major technological opportunity, blockchain technology, PM Bettel, within the initiative Digital Lëtzebuerg, announced the launch of the Infrachain initiative. The recent signing of a memorandum of understanding between five private and public actors aims to develop a common blockchain infrastructure.

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