Paraguay's Bitcoin bill is here; What does it propose?

Paraguay's Bitcoin bill is here; What does it propose?

Well, not as miraculous as some had hoped and as discussed before, definitely no legal tender proposals as this would be next to impossible to get approved in Paraguay

So what does it propose? To quickly summarize starting from Article 1 it proposes Bitcoin to be recognized not as legal tender, but as property and that "the purpose of this law is to regulate the activities ". Article 14 goes a step further and cites “The Virtual Assets trading entities must inform the acquirer of the trading conditions with Virtual Assets, expressly notifying that the virtual assets are not recognized as legal tender, therefore, they are not backed by the Central Bank of Paraguay.”

Article 5 concludes you will need a license to mine in Paraguay and Article 8 goes a step further and states "all mining activities need to be approved and overseen by an authority". Article 9 recognizes mining as "a digital, innovative and electro-intensive industry."

Article 11 is relevant to exchanges where you can keep Crypto as a saving, as this article states "those providing the sales of bitcoin are prohibited from selling, assigning or transferring their property, giving as a loan or guarantee, or affecting the use and enjoyment of the Virtual Assets that they manage or guard for third parties without the express authorization of the owner.”


The bill is quite focused on mining and it obviously isn't a coincidence that Chinese miners looking for a new home, are now eying Paraguay


Full translated version of the bill can be found here



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