The world looks to El Salvador, as El Salvador officially recognises Bitcoin as its national currency today, September 7, 2021. Many crypto advocates are excited about Bitcoin becoming a national currency and are looking to El Salvador for more cryptocurrency developments.
El Salvador has left the whole world wondering whether it should follow suit after adopting bitcoin as legal tender this month, despite critics saying it comes with huge social, economic and political burdens. Africa, particularly Tanzania, could become a carbon copy of El Salvador.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have been somewhat reticent about countries giving cryptocurrencies legal tender status or promoting their widespread use within their borders, but no one seems to be listening.
Charna Coin, a cryptocurrency company, and Ubiquity Energy to invest $700,000,000 into solar stations in the Philippines, Peru, Brazil, Panama and Puerto Rico. The first solar station that will cost about $1,000,000 will be installed in Cotabato, Philippines.