As sanctioned Russia’s fiat currency soars in value against the U.S. dollar, and crypto markets remain unpredictable, economists and crypto enthusiasts continue to puzzle and debate over what the next…

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In time, The Bitcoin Academy will probably be remembered as Jay-Z’s biggest contribution to Marcy, the neighborhood that saw him grow. Believe it or not, low-income zones and people would…

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The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA keeps receiving mail. This time, 14 members of Congress provided the counterpoint and singled out the environmental benefits of bitcoin mining. They also made…

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Although the President has previously called the laws innovative, his concern regarding anti-money laundering measures has put the bill back up for debate with the government. Panama’s President Laurentino Cortizo…

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Remember the francophone Bitcoiners that visited the CAR a couple of weeks ago? Well, they released a “Report from the Bitcoin Delegation in the Central African Republic” and we’re about…

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In a world tending towards red candles all around, ELSL is in the green. And not even government officials seem to believe any of these has to do with the…

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The second Nayib Bukele interview by What Bitcoin Did comes with as many quotables as the first one. This one was recorded days after the Bitcoin Law went into effect…

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El Salvador’s finance minister believes the ongoing price volatility of Bitcoin means the awaited “Bitcoin bond” won’t be launched anytime soon. Meanwhile the country faces a “human rights crisis.” El…

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Last month, the Central African Republic surprised the world by making bitcoin legal tender. As it happened with El Salvador, Bitcoiners from around the world jumped to support the project.…

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The spotlight is on Bukele for the final part of Peter McCormack’s documentary. Here’s the first part. Here’s the second one. Armed with everything he’s seen, the seasoned interviewer goes…

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At its core, Peter McCormack’s film is about the other side of El Salvador. And he faces it head-on in the part of his “Follow The Money #1” documentary we’ll…

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The week started with central bankers and financial authorities from 44 countries arriving in El Salvador. The mainstream media ignored it completely. The IMF started sweating. President Bukele started meme-ing.…

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