It was a big week for cryptocurrency with the announcement that the Central African Republic has become the second country to adopt Bitcoin as a national currency. Although that is certainly a cause for celebration among the Bitcoin community, I think this decision has broader implications not just for crypto but the larger international monetary system. In today's post, I'd like to use this recent news as a tangible illustration of several monetary and international relations theories.
Bitcoin, Africa, And The International Monetary System
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