Kingdom of Tonga May Adopt Bitcoin as Legal Tender, Says Former Member of Par...

Kingdom of Tonga May Adopt Bitcoin as Legal Tender, Says Former Member of Par...

The Kingdom of Tonga may adopt bitcoin as legal tender, according to a former member of Tonga’s parliament, Lord Fusitu’a, who tweeted about a possible timeline for this event to occur. Fusitu’a believes that by next fall a bill will be passed by Tonga’s parliament and bitcoin could be legal tender in the region by November. Former Member of Tonga’s Parliament Lord Fusitu’a Claims Bitcoin Bill Could Be Passed in Order to Make the Crypto Asset Legal Tender Tonga’s chairman of the Commonwealth Pacific Parliamentary Group on Human....


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