Nov 23, 2019 at 11:12
Venezuela Plans to Use Oil Available in Tanks to Back Petro Cryptocurrency
On Wednesday, President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro revealed that 30 million barrels worth of oil placed in storage tanks is going to work as the backing for the OPEC nation’s government-owned digital asset known as Petro, that has been going through tougher times including being sanctioned by the U.S government under the leadership of President Donald Trump.
Nov 22, 2019 at 11:59
Venezuela’s President Promises to Pay Pensioners in Digital Asset Petro
On Sunday November 17 of this year, the current president of Venezuela, Nicholas Maduro made a statement that the government’s financial authorities will pay a Christmas bonus to a large number of retirees and pensioners using their own national digital asset called the Petro.
Jul 28, 2019 at 12:44
Venezuela Turns Tax Revenues into Bitcoin to Bypass Sanctions
The government of Venezuela has allegedly been spinning airport tax revenues into Bitcoin (BTC) and virtual currency to sidestep international sanctions. From the research made by a Spanish newspaper ABC, the President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro plus his working admin are allegedly exploiting a virtual currency wallet application to spin tax revenue into popular digital assets, and then traded on cryptocurrency exchanges in different countries including China, Iran, Hungary, Russia, etc.
Nicolas Maduro Forces Banco de Venezuela to Accept Petro
President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela, issued an order to Banco de Venezuela (BDV), a global financial institution based in Caracas, to begin accepting the Petro (PTR), the country’s popular oil-backed digital currency. Through the Minister of Finance, the President told the country’s third market leader with a market share for deposits of more than 11.2%, to begin allowing Petro cryptocurrency in all of its functioning branches.
Political Turmoil Sees Venezuelans Store Wealth in Crypto
The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, one of the most oil-rich countries in South America and the world at large, is still experiencing political instabilities and this has led its economy to stagnate. The traditional (fiat) currency bolivar has lost value due to the hyperinflation that hit the country, this has forced its citizens to massively store their wealth in crypto currencies such as petro, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and others.
10% p.a. in Savings Accounts in Offshore Banks Aidos Kuneen
A few days ago, the media reported a thousand frozen accounts of Chinese citizens by the Spanish BBVA bank. In today's world, offshore banking is widely used by people around the world and is a good alternative if a man does not want to rely only on the situation in the resident country. Many people use offshore accounts to reduce political risk in their own country. The size of the offshore market is around 32 trillion dollars.