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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...

A Horse and $2.9 Million Dollars at the Costa Rica Border

Somebody Left A Horse with 2.9 Million Dollars at the Costa Rica Border. It can happen. We have all forgotten things when in a hurry. That...

Costa Rica Money Laundering Investigation Results in 35 Raids

The Organization of Judicial Investigations (OIJ) launched 35 simultaneous raids early this morning as a part of a case of an alleged large scale...

Why Crypto Creators Want to Stay Anonymous

The two lifelong friends from Florida never sought the limelight, but then they built a multi-million-dollar empire selling digital art and people wanted to...

A Few Costa Rica Bank Notes to be withdrawn from Circulation

The United States embassy in Costa Rica has reminded everyone that lives or is traveling in Costa Rica to be aware that on February...

Poet Maya Angelou becomes first Black woman to appear on US coin

Poet and activist Maya Angelou has become the first Black woman to appear on the US quarter, in a new version of the coin...

Cryptocurrency and Costa Rica: The Future of Crypto in Central America

By now, you’ve without a doubt heard about some form of cryptocurrency. From Bitcoin’s unprecedented run, to Ethereum, and even meme coins like Dogecoin,...

El Salvador first country to approve bitcoin as legal tender

Bitcoin is to become legal tender in El Salvador, the country's president said, making it the first nation to adopt a cryptocurrency for everyday...

El Salvador’s Bukele to propose making bitcoin legal tender

El Salvador may become the first country to make bitcoin legal tender, President Nayid Bukele announced Saturday, saying he would soon propose a bill...

Drop in remittances affecting economies of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

Some 2.5 million Salvadorans, 2.7 million Guatemalans and one million Hondurans live in the United States and send remittances to their families every month.

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