IMF Concerned About El Salavador’s Bitcoin Law Due To “Legal And Economic Iss...

IMF Concerned About El Salavador’s Bitcoin Law Due To “Legal And Economic Iss...

Less than a week since El Salvador’s “Ley Bitcoin” has been approved by its national congress and the international financial organism is reacting. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed “economic and legal” concerns over the nation’s new pro-BTC legislation. The country’s Head of State, Nayib Bukele, will meet with the financial organism today. The […]


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