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Day 280. Today, we bring you updates from across the continent as NATO meets in Bucharest and discuss Kazakhstan’s President’s visit to Moscow. Plus, we speak to Alona Shevchenko, lead at Ukraine DAO and Kyiv tech summit, about crypto, fundraising and her trips back to Ukraine.

Contributors:

David Knowles (Host). @DJKnowles22 on Twitter.

James Kilner (Foreign Correspondent). @jkjourno on Twitter.

With thanks to Alona Shevchenko, @cryptodrftng@on Twitter.

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