SAN SALVADOR: Central American countries are eagerly waiting to see if El Salvador's adoption of bitcoin as parallel legal tender cuts the cost of remittances, an important source of income for millions of people, the region's development bank said.To get more news about QTUM, you can visit wikibit.com official website.
President Nayib Bukele's congressional allies have already approved legislation giving the cryptocurrency official currency status alongside the U.S.
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Bukele has touted bitcoin adoption as a way to facilitate remittance payments from Salvadorans living abroad.
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