The government committee has supported the decision made by Ukraine‘s council on innovations development to extend the Classification of economic activities to add mining as an activity supporting the operation of a database, ensuring its entirety, invariability and consistency through computation by electronic computers, Ukraine‘s minister of economic development and trade Stepan Kubiv wrote on his Facebook page, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
According to the minister, the measure has already gained the support of the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, as well as that of the head of the informatization and communications committee Olexandr Danchenko.
Kubiv also stressed that he considers the enhancement of Ukraine‘s cryptoeconomy to be among the most important elements of the nation‘s innovations development.
The founder of the technology non-governmental organization Social Boost and of the Ukraine’s first non-commercial Open Data Incubator 1991 Denys Gursky has also said that at the meeting of the innovations council in Kyiv on 14 March, the issue of special work visas for foreigners was also considered.
Earlier it was reported that the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman expects the country’s innovations fund to begin operations by July of this year.