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Bitcoin R&D Center Vinteum Launches in Brazil
The nonprofit aims to support developers in Latin America.
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Plataforma de trading cripto Uphold se retira de Venezuela por sanciones de EE. UU.
El servicio de trading en el país estará disponible hasta el 31 de julio, y las cuentas estarán totalmente restringidas a partir del 30 de septiembre.
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Crypto Trading Platform Uphold Exits Venezuela, Cites US Sanctions
Trading service in the country will be available until July 31, and accounts will be fully restricted as of Sept. 30.
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Venezuela Pegs Minimum Wages to National Cryptocurrency: Report
The Venezuelan national cryptocurrency is based on the DASH blockchain, and has many characteristics of a CBDC.
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They Were Jailed for Hacking an Exchange. Blockchain Data Cleared Them
How blockchain forensics helped two suspects in a cyber crime prove their innocence
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Axie Infinity Finds Ready Players in Hyperinflation-Racked Venezuela
As they have in the Philippines, some players are making enough money to feed their families.
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Venezuela’s New Digital Bolivar Isn’t Digital, and It Won’t Solve the Country’s Economic Crisis
In view of the hyperinflation in the Latin American country, the government decided to remove six zeros from the currency and issue a new bolivar. For a third time.
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Bitcoin and Inflation: Everything You Need to Know
The cryptocurrency was designed to counter the harms of inflation, but is this really such a big issue?
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Bull Run Democracy, Revisited
In 2017, high-flying bitcoiners attempted to foment democracy in Venezuela by airdropping crypto and paper wallets. What did we learn from these experiments?
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Crypto Remittances Prove Their Worth in Latin America
Crypto remittances are growing in Latin America, particularly in the wake of other remittance platforms shutting off access to some markets.
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