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Number of countries banning cryptocurrencies has doubled in three years By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. The number of countries banning cryptocurrencies has doubled in three years

Although 2021 was a good year for the crypto industry in terms of market performance, the number of jurisdictions banning cryptocurrencies has more than doubled since 2018.

A report from the Library of Congress (LOC) details the nine jurisdictions that have now enforced an outright ban on cryptocurrencies and all 42 with an implicit ban. This is an increase of eight and 15, respectively, in 2018, when the report was first published.

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The LOC is the research library of the United States Senate, serving as the nation’s national library.

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