Bitcoin Education Is A Way Out Of Globalist Oppression For Ethiopia

Bitcoin Education Is A Way Out Of Globalist Oppression For Ethiopia

True to their history as an uncolonized people, Ethiopians are more determined than ever to build sovereign value through principled education and civic action.This is an opinion editorial by Kal Kassa, the head of business development at hoseki and an Ethiopian Bitcoiner.Various multinational institutions are failing to complete their intended missions and objectives. Institutions like the United Nations and the many offices they work with publish narratives of “sustainable finance reforms,” but recent events in Canada, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands share characteristics that may help the....

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