Troubled crypto exchange Binance was green-lit in El Salvador, a country run by a dictator who’s all in on Bitcoin and Tether.
Despite claims that Bitcoin City was “coming along beautifully,” the Ministry of Public Works has seemingly denied all knowledge of it.
According to El Faro, it has endured physical surveillance and threats, spyware attacks, harassment, and defamation from public officials.
El Salvador’s Volcano Bonds will be a great way to whitewash Tethers by swapping them for a government-approved debt issuance.
Bukele was responding to the Bank of England’s concerns that users might not be prepared for just how volatile its price could be.
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