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 Tanzania's President Samia Suluhu Hassan has called on the country's financial chiefs to prepare for cryptocurrency. She said that the Central Bank should be ready for the changes and not be caught unprepared. This comes after El Salvador recently announced its adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender. Sub-Saharan Africa has long been a hub for peer-to-peer Bitcoin trade.

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This could really change everything. People living in rich countries today might find their country isn’t so rich anymore and may have to move to countries that used to be poor but are rich now. If they can afford to. If they bought bitcoin.  

This could really change everything. People living in rich countries today might find their country isn’t so rich anymore and may have to move to countries that used to be poor but are rich now. If they can afford to. If they bought bitcoin.

 

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