El Salvador Will Issue BTC-Backed Bond

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El Salvador announced last month that it would issue $1 billion in Bitcoin-backed bonds. The Minister of Finance of the country said today that legislation is being advanced, and the government will submit about 20 bills to Congress to get started with the process. El Salvador’s minister of finance, Alejandro Zelaya, said the bills would “provide a legal structure and legal certainty to everyone who buys the Bitcoin bond.” The idea is that $1 billion in bonds will be issued this year, with half converted to Bitcoin and the other half used for infrastructure and Bitcoin mining.

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