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People have been accepting of the growing cryptocurrency for the past two years. At the same time some countries have declared them legal. In particular, El Salvador’s President Naib Buckley became the first country to declare bitcoin as the country’s legal currency in September last year.

Following this, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) refused to accept Naik Bukel’s action, warning him that Bitcoin could lead to further economic crises and the country’s financial situation.

It also subsequently rejected his agreements to build a Bitcoin City, saying the US government should reject them. To this day, the President of El Salvador continues to fight the US government to legalize bitcoin and put it into circulation.

Meanwhile, the Central African Republic declared Bitcoin its legal tender at the end of last April. It is followed by research into the recovery of the country’s economy with bitcoin.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Bitcoin will never be a tool for economic growth, and that the African Republic should abandon this policy immediately, as the country’s financial situation could worsen as Bitcoin becomes more market risky.

The Central African Republic did not respond to the IMF’s warning.