Breaking: Mexico’s Legislative Member Set to Propose New Crypto Regulations in Lower House
The Bitcoin ‘gold rush’ among nations has begun with El Salvador starting it all as the country’s president announced he would be proposing new regulations to induct Bitcoin as a legal tender and soon after Paraguay politician hinted a similar stance on the top cryptocurrency. The latest country to join the growing league of nations announcing new legislation around Bitcoin is Mexico.
Eduardo Murat Hinojosa, a member of the Mexican legislative today announced that he would be proposing a legal framework in the lower house.
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