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IMF Strikes Back! Warns El Salvador against the use of Bitcoin as Legal Tender

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) took yet another anti-crypto stance, this time around, by warning El Salvador of its Bitcoin Legal Tender posing a potential threat to financial stability. In a statement published yesterday, IMF noted that while crypto offers eminent gains, but the use of Bitcoin legal tender may inflict economic harm upon the

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) took yet another anti-crypto stance, this time around, by warning El Salvador of its Bitcoin Legal Tender posing a potential threat to financial stability. In a statement published yesterday, IMF noted that while crypto offers eminent gains, but the use of Bitcoin legal tender may inflict economic harm upon the

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This Island Country Hopes to Follow El Salvador’s Bitcoin Adoption

El Salvador created history after making Bitcoin ($BTC) a legal tender in the country along with the US Dollar. More importantly, it created a domino effect among other small financially challenged nations to look at Bitcoin as a viable alternative to avoid growing inflation and financial crisis. A small island nation Tonga, a Polynesian country

El Salvador created history after making Bitcoin ($BTC) a legal tender in the country along with the US Dollar. More importantly, it created a domino effect among other small financially challenged nations to look at Bitcoin as a viable alternative to avoid growing inflation and financial crisis. A small island nation Tonga, a Polynesian country

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Over $4 Billion In OI Cleared As BTC Price Falls to $42k, Are Bears Back in Game?

A major bloodbath has ensued on Satoshi Street on Tuesday, September 7, as the overall cryptocurrency market loses over $200 billion in a matter of a few hours. Bitcoin (BTC), the world’s largest cryptocurrency corrected 12% after making a move above $51,500 levels. As on-chain data provider Glassnode reports, the sharp BTC correction led to

A major bloodbath has ensued on Satoshi Street on Tuesday, September 7, as the overall cryptocurrency market loses over $200 billion in a matter of a few hours. Bitcoin (BTC), the world’s largest cryptocurrency corrected 12% after making a move above $51,500 levels. As on-chain data provider Glassnode reports, the sharp BTC correction led to