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22 thoughts on “Bitcoin Money May Be Authorized Tender in St. Kitts By March, Prime Minister says”

  1. Will post a little summary for those who can’t open:

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    >*The Caribbean nation could join El Salvador and the Central African Republic in backing crypto.*

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    >*Terrance Drew, who is also finance minister of the Caribbean country, said the decision would follow a process of due diligence and consultation with experts and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.*
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    >*“Our nation has always been forward thinking nation and a leader in exploring new industries,” Terrance told the event, a recording of which has been posted online, adding that the crypto revolution “has the potential to bring enormous benefits and business opportunities.”*
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    >*“I welcome the opportunity to dialogue further, with a view to exploring future opportunities to engage in bitcoin cash mining, and making bitcoin cash legal tender here in St. Kitts and Nevis by March 2023, once safeguards to our country and our people are guaranteed,” Terrance said.*

    It does seem to be a genuine consideration, this would be quite big for adoption if they were to go through with it.

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  2. People don’t realize. It dosn’t matter wich coin/token is coming legal tender. Takes few minutes to convert from asset you hold to bch and you good to go. I think Bch is good enough to work as payment trail.

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  3. Some government dude wanted the benefits of *bitcoin* and the ‘benefits’ of *cash*. NI mean it’s not the worst…but c’mon.

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  4. As someone who lived entirely off crypto, no fiat at all, for the last few years, I can understand why Bitcoin Cash is the obvious choice. Almost 100% of the merchants I paid in crypto accepts Bitcoin Cash because it’s instant and cost almost nothing to transact. I would not be surprised if other countries do the same and adopt Bitcoin Cash as legal tender. It has privacy and smart contracts and Ethereum features, which BTC clearly lacks.

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  5. bcash adoption has been decreasing for the past 4 years, doubtful that this would change just being legal tender in a tiny country

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