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Capital Controls in Argentina Demonstrate Dangers of Government-Controlled Money

</header> <strong>The current financial system, with governments and central banks controlling the flow of money, creates impediments for people’s economic freedom. Among them is the danger that the ruling class will try to hide its mismanagement of the country’s affairs by preventing people from voting with their wallets and trying to secure their savings on …

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Philippines Increasingly Crypto Friendly – A Look at Driving Forces

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>There are many reasons why the Philippines is becoming increasingly crypto-friendly. Not only has its central bank registered more crypto exchanges recently, but the Securities and Exchange Commission has also been actively finalizing crypto guidelines. The country has an active crypto community, and one of its largest banks has engaged in multiple …

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Argentina’s Peso Collapse Shows Governments Shouldn’t Control Money

</header> <strong>Whenever bitcoin experiences a sharp drop or volatility, mainstream media analysts jump to declare that cryptocurrency isn’t stable enough to be considered money. The double-digit crash of the Argentine peso in one day, simply due to an election in the country, can be said to prove the same about fiat.</strong> Also Read: Big Banks …

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