Ukraine’s Civil Servants Report Owning $2.6 Billion Of Bitcoin

Ukraine’s Civil Servants Report Owning $2.6 Billion Of Bitcoin

A Ukranian government data report indicates that public officials there have declared owning 46,351 BTC, with several whales among them.According to Ukranian government data transparency provider Opendatabot, civil servants in the country have declared owning a total 46,351 BTC (worth some $2.6 billion at the time of this writing).The declarations came as property disclosure requirements imposed on public officials in Ukraine. More than 700,000 such officials made property declarations by March 31, with 652 declaring that they own BTC, per Opendatabot. This would average out to 71 BTC (or....


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