The Central African Republic (CAR) has mentioned plans of setting up a crypto hub recently. This news comes after Central African Republic legally recognized Bitcoin last month. This move of launching a “crypto hub” is in a view to attract global enthusiasts. After a lot of compliments and supposed criticisms, the local government is all […]
A group of Bitcoiners traveled to the Central African Republic to meet with the country’s president and discuss pathways for bitcoin adoption.
Last month, the Central African Republic surprised the world by making bitcoin legal tender. As it happened with El Salvador, Bitcoiners from around the world jumped to support the project. On May 22nd, a French-speaking bitcoin-heavy delegation of sorts landed in Bangui, the Central African Republic’s capital. Why were they there? To talk bitcoin, that’s […]
Remember the francophone Bitcoiners that visited the CAR a couple of weeks ago? Well, they released a “Report from the Bitcoin Delegation in the Central African Republic” and we’re about to summarize what it says. The “Bitcoin Delegation” issued the report in Paris and it addresses President Faustin-Archange Touadéra directly. “This document will also be […]
The African nation will reportedly join a short list of countries to adopt cryptocurrency as legal tender. The roughly five million residents of the Central African Republic, or CAR, will now reportedly be able to use Bitcoin in addition to the country's franc as legal tender. According to a Wednesday report from news outlet Agence France-Presse, Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadéra has signed a bill into law establishing a regulatory framework for the use of cryptocurrency in the country as well as adopting Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender. Obed Namsio, the....