2021 was a huge year for the cryptocurrency industry. A few years ago, our elected officials probably hadn’t even heard of cryptocurrencies, much less had an opinion on it. Yet this year it seemed that cryptocurrencies were the hot topic around the world.
Here’s a list of the most outspoken proponents and naysayers of cryptocurrencies from parliaments and white houses around the world.
- India’s parliament agenda for winter session no longer includes cryptocurrency bill
Santa: Francisco Suárez The first to be the Santa Claus of cryptocurrencies is the mayor of Miami, Francis Suárez. In August, the city launched MiamiCoin (MIA). The revenue generated by the token is used to fund community projects in the city, and Mayor Suárez said in an interview in November that every Miami resident with a digital wallet could soon be eligible to receive a dividend of () from the performance of MiamiCoin. .
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