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El Salvadorans wait for bitcoin rebound by switching to dollars

In his clothing business in San Salvador, José Fredy Landaverde accepts bitcoin transactions as required by law in his country, but as soon as...

‘Enormously risky’: How NFTs lost their lustre

A slew of celebrity endorsements helped inflate a multi-billion dollar bubble around digital tokens over the past year, but cryptocurrencies are crashing and some...

Bonfire of Bitcoin: Why Crypto Assets are Tumbling

The lightning uptake of crypto assets like bitcoin had swelled a volatile sector to a valuation of roughly two trillion dollars recently. A week-long rout...

Bitcoin falls to 9-month low, drags down other cryptocurrencies

The price of bitcoin plunged to its lowest level in more than nine months on Monday, weighed down by investor fears and dragging other...

Crypto-curious Corporations Struggle to find Right Recipe

Four years ago, fried-chicken chain KFC tweeted from its Canadian account that it would accept bitcoin as payment for its "buckets". The company told AFP...

The North America Bitcoin Conference in Miami

Between the 6th and 9th of April 2022, Bitcoin Miami hits the Miami Convention Center on Miami Beach. Some of the biggest names in...

El Salvador President Bukele cancels trip to bitcoin conference in Miami

Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele resigned Wednesday from participating in a major bitcoin conference this week in Miami, in the southeastern United States, citing "unforeseen...

Costa Rica Seeks to Tax Cryptocurrency Purchases and Gross sales

On Monday March 21st, The Ministry of Finance submitted their proposal in La Gaceta, Costa Rica’s official newspaper for government affairs. Now, the public...

Amid NFT Boom, Artists Worry about Climate Costs

Digital art is nothing new to vonMash, who describes his blend of painting, video and sound as "afro-delic" -- a psychedelic twist on Afrofuturism. But...

Bitcoin use on rise to launder drug money, report says

Drug cartels in Mexico and Colombia are increasingly using cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin to launder money, the UN-linked International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) said...

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