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El Salvador innovates once again by constructing a “Bitcoin Beach” wave park

It's important to remember that here is where El Salvador's acceptance of Bitcoin began. In El Zonte, the local...

Cryptocurrency: El Salvador’s own bitcoin experiment has much to teach us

Last autumn El Salvador became the first, and as yet only, nation to adopt bitcoin as a legal currency.

El Salvador prepares 20 bills to provide legal framework for Bitcoin bonds

El Salvador’s government, led by President Nayib Bukele, has moved ahead with plans to issue Bitcoin bonds by preparing 20 bills designed...

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Web3 ‘Proof of attendance’ startup raises $10M to mint shared memories as NFTs

If blockchains are immutable records of our digital history, what kinds of history do we want to inscribe on them? Predictably, most...

MiamiCoin has now raised $24.7 million… but who will benefit?

Recently, Cointelegraph spoke to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez following the announcement that Miami residents with a digital wallet can earn a Bitcoin dividend.

CoinMarketCap finally reaches out to SHIB devs to fix ‘wormhole’ contract issues

It’s been quite the drama for a certain cryptocurrency over the past couple of days – Shiba Inu (SHIB) – with its vocal community...

The SEC has issued $2.4B in crypto-related penalties since 2013

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a total of approximately $2.35 billion in penalties against participants in the digital asset...

Moody’s says that El Salvador’s ratings have not been affected as a result of President Bukele’s retaliatory tweet

On Sunday, January 17, El Salvador President Nayib Bukele turned to Twitter in response to a rating agency Moody's warning. According to...
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