In a rather peculiar twist of events, funeral marketplace TombCare has offered Gennady Zyuganov, the leader of the Communist Party of Russia, to bury Vladimir Lenin’s body and record the information on the burial ground on blockchain.
Mr. Zyuganov faced serious criticism due to his pronounced opposition to removing Lenin’s body from the Mausoleum. The official letter addressed to Mr. Zyuganov reads:
“Beyond any doubt, a busy person such as comrade Zyuganov would find it more convenient and fast to walk from the Parliament to the Red Square in order to honor the memory of the communist leader or to commemorate yet another revolution-related anniversary. However, I think that comrade Zyuganov’s unwillingness to concede the burial [of Lenin’s body] stems from the fact that he still doesn’t know about TombCare.”
TombCare was launched in late October. It is a blockchain-powered funeral platform allowing one to find a burial ground and order certain services. The funeral marketplace offers remote care for burial grounds, including delivery of flowers…