Central African Republic adopts Bitcoin as legal currency – DW (English)

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In the Central African Republic, lawmakers have unanimously approved a law legalizing the cryptocurrency alongside the CFA franc. But many Central Africans don’t understand what the Bitcoin buzz is all about. DW’s Zigoto Tchaya reports from Bangui.

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