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Russia talks up prospects of BRICS countries developing new currency

A new world order could be emerging as economic powerhouses increase their efforts to distance themselves from US dollar hegemony.According to reports, a top Russian official has claimed that the BRICS alliance is working on creating its own currency. BRICS is an acronym for five leading emerging economies: Brazil, Russia,

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Vladimir Putin Says Russia Wrote Off African Countries’ Debts Totaling Over $20 Billion in 2022 – Africa Bitcoin News

African countries’ debts totaling more than $20 billion were written off in the past year, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on March 20. Putin also revealed that trade between Russia and Africa had nearly reached $18 billion by the end of the year. According to the Russian leader, the majority

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Yat Siu Says ‘Pro-Capitalist’ Asian Countries Are More Ready to Embrace Web3

During a fireside chat at the Outer Edge conference in Los Angeles Siu said that among major international game publishers and their 400 portfolio companies, those located in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and across Southeast Asia are far more active in discussing, building and embracing technologies such as non-fungible tokens

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5 countries leading the blockchain adoption

Countries lead blockchain adoption for various reasons, including recognizing its potential to transform multiple sectors of the economy, promoting innovation and economic growth, and creating a favorable regulatory environment to attract blockchain businesses.Types of blockchain communities that lead blockchain adoptionBlockchain communities refer to groups of individuals, organizations and companies involved

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Latam Countries Prepare Regional Agreement to Counter Rampant Inflation – Economics Bitcoin News

A group of countries in Latam is preparing a regional agreement to address inflation, a problem common to most nations in the region. The initiative, which is being spearheaded by Mexican president Andres Lopez Obrador, would allow the exchange of products with high prices between the states to lessen the

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MIT, Maiden Labs examine CBDC inclusiveness issues in report from 4 countries

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) and associated organizations marshaled a sizable team of researchers in four low- and middle-income countries — India, Indonesia, Nigeria and Mexico — to study inclusion issues related to retail central bank digital currency (CBDC) design. They released the results of

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