El Salvador compra otros 100 bitcoins tras una caída del mercado de criptomonedas

El presidente del país centroamericano, Nayib Bukele, dijo en un tuit que adquirió la mayor criptomoneda con “un descuento”.

AccessTimeIconNov 26, 2021 at 8:12 p.m. UTC

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El gobierno de El Salvador compró 100 bitcoin más, según tuiteó el viernes el presidente Nayib Bukele, mientras el precio de la mayor criptomoneda por capitalización de mercado caía hasta cerca de los $54.000.

  • “El Salvador acaba de comprar el dip. 100 monedas extras adquiridas con descuento”, dijo Bukele en un tuit en inglés.
  • El precio de bitcoin cayó alrededor de 8% el viernes y se ubicó en torno a los $54.237, mientras los principales mercados caen por el temor a una nueva variante de COVID-19.
  • Bitcoin se convirtió oficialmente en moneda de curso legal en El Salvador en septiembre, tres meses después de que el Congreso del país aprobara la Ley Bitcoin.
  • El 20 de noviembre Bukele dijo que El Salvador construirá una ciudad entera basada en bitcoin, durante una presentación en el evento Bitcoin Week realizado en el país centroamericano.

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