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Douglas Rodriguez of El Salvador Says Bitcoin Adoption Not an Obstacle in Loan Agreement with IMF

In accordance with the President of the Central Bank of El Salvador, Douglas Rodriguez, the adoption of Bitcoin by El Sa ...

|Oct 20, 2021
Cryptocurrencies Are a Threat to the Global Economy, Says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies poses serious risks to the globa ...

|Oct 13, 2021
El Salvador's Congress Approves $150 Million Fund for Bitcoin Conversions

El Salvador’s Congress approved legislation to establish a $150 million fund to make Bitcoin-to-US dollar conversions ea ...

|Sep 1, 2021
Moody's Rating of El Salvador has Negatively Impacted Economy After Bitcoin Legislation

Moody's poor rating of El Salvador has a negative impact on the country's economy, owing in part to the government's app ...

|Jul 31, 2021
Cryptocurrencies as Legal Tender is A Step Too Far: IMF

The International Monetary fund (IMF) has published a new blog discussing the pitfalls of using digital assets as nation ...

|Jul 30, 2021
The IMF Opposes the Use of Cryptocurrencies as Legal Tender

The International Monetary Fund has recently opposed the use of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum as legal t ...

|Jul 29, 2021
World Bank, BIS, IMF Seek Global Cooperation to Implement CBDCs

On Friday, the IMF, World Bank, and BIS jointly called for international cooperation and coordination on the implementat ...

US State Department Advises El Salvador to Regulate Bitcoin

Victoria Nuland, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs at the US Department of State, asserted that El Salv ...

|Jul 2, 2021
Bitcoin Discussions Between IMF and El Salvador Continue: Gerry Rice

As revealed on Thursday by the International Monetary Fund, the discussions between the authorities of El Salvador and I ...

|Jun 25, 2021
El Salvador Announces Bitcoin Airdrop For Citizens

El Salvador will airdrop Bitcoin worth $30 for all its adult citizens, according to President Nayib Bukele’s announcemen ...

|Jun 25, 2021