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Bitcoin again showed a jump, Ethereum also got stronger


There has been a big jump in Bitcoin. On Wednesday, the price of this cryptocurrency rose by 8.54 percent to $36,265 (about Rs 26.4 lakh). This increase was registered by bitcoin by rising $2,853.31 (about Rs 2 lakh) from its previous closing.

On January 4, bitcoin recorded its lowest price of the year at $27,734 (approximately Rs 20.2 lakh). But now this digital currency has come up 30.4 percent from that minimum price. At the time of writing this news on June 10 bitcoin price in india It was around Rs 26.9 lakh. The coin Ether, belonging to the Ethereum blockchain, also gained 2.29 percent to $2,566.4 (approximately Rs 1.9 lakh). It registered this increase, adding $57.55 (approximately Rs 4,200) to its previous closing. At the time of writing this news on June 10 Ethereum price in India 1.9 lakh was Rs.

On June 9, El Salvador became the first country in the world to formally adopt bitcoin as legal tender when Congress approved President Nayib Bukele’s proposal to adopt the cryptocurrency. A majority of lawmakers voted in favor of a law-making initiative for this, with 62 out of 84 possible votes. This law would formally allow the adoption of bitcoin. However lawmakers were aware that El Salvador’s program with the International Monetary Fund could have potential implications. But still he voted for it.

Bukele spoke of using bitcoin for its ability to help Salvadorans living abroad send remittances back home. But the US dollar will also continue as a legal tender. “This will bring financial inclusion, investment, tourism, innovation and economic growth to our nation,” Bukele said in a tweet moderated by his party and allies shortly before the vote in Congress.

He further added that the use of bitcoin, the use of which would be optional, would not bring risk to the users. Its use as a legal tender will be converted into law in 90 days. El Salvador’s dollarized economy relies heavily on money repatriated by workers abroad. World Bank data shows that remittances into the country accounted for around $6 billion (about Rs 43,790 crore) or one-fifth of the 2019 GDP, one of the world’s highest proportions.



Bitcoin again showed a jump, Ethereum also got stronger
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