US proposes removing Sudan from terrorism list for $330m compensation

By: Felix Henry

December 15, 2020 3:23 PM

Light at the end of the tunnel for Sudanese as US government proposed removal from its terrorist list.


Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, visited Khartoum on Tuesday to underline US support for the new transitional government that took power following the fall of Omar al-Bashir last year.



Times are swift for Sudanese, from a fallen dictator to a transitional government filled with promises led by prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok.



Sudan has been on the list since 1993, and so faces a range of damaging measures including the denial of much needed financial aid from international multilateral institutions.



What does this mean for Sudan Gold Coin (SGC)?


Sudan Gold Coin (SGC) is a cutting edge blockchain Project, with the aim to develop a revolutionary decentralized platform for trading gold and other precious metals for receiving gold and precious metals markets information.

The whitelisting promises economical improvement for Sudan and all Sudanese projects.

Sudan Gold Coin gaining influence amongst top Sudanese financial Institution prior to this piece of information can be regarded as a step in the right direction, as projects in Sudan are braced for more fund raising activities.


This welcomed news would prompt the Sudan Gold Coin (SGC) team to facilitate it's mining operations located on the northern region of Sudan, with this in sight 2021 offers Good times for all Sudanese based company.