Lark Davis, a renowned crypto enthusiast, and influencer, recently tweeted that the Central African Republic has declared Bitcoin as its legal tender. He also said that it is the second country, after El Salvador, to do so. and asked his audience to guess the next country that could do the same.
The Central African Republic a country of 4.8 million people has made #bitcoin legal tender. They are the second country after El Salvador. Which country will be next?
— Lark Davis (@TheCryptoLark) April 27, 2022
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The Central African Republic (CAR) becomes the first African nation and the world’s second to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender.
Mr. Namsio said that President Faustin Touadera signed legislation making Bitcoin legal money alongside the CFA franc and that MPs overwhelmingly approved the measure.
The government’s decision comes roughly eight months after El Salvador, a Central American country, revealed that it had embraced Bitcoin as a fiat currency, making it the first country in the world to do so.
Bitcoin, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, has received tremendous criticism and deep market feelings throughout the globe in the last year, which has considerably affected its value.
Many nations have failed to develop effective and efficient methods of controlling the cryptocurrency industry, despite worries that it may be used for money laundering.
However, many financial experts think that the adoption and effective regulation of cryptocurrencies has the potential to greatly increase financial inclusion in underdeveloped nations.