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El Salvador Passes Law Paving the Way for 'Volcano Bond'
The digital asset bill in the Legislative Assembly obtained 62 votes in favor and 16 against.
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El Salvador. (Esaú González, Unsplash)
El Salvador lanza dos ofertas de recompra de deuda en medio de la incertidumbre sobre su bono bitcoin
Las propuestas fueron consideradas un intento de contrarrestar las especulaciones sobre un potencial default por parte del país centroamericano.
El Salvador. (Esaú González, Unsplash)

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Will El Salvador Default on Its Sovereign Debt in 2023?
While the issuance of a $1 billion bitcoin bond is delayed, President Nayib Bukele must face payments of $800 million next January. Will he make it?
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4 Reasons Why Bitcoiners Should Pass on El Salvador's Bitcoin Bond
El Salvador’s much-hyped "volcano" bond doesn’t hold up to scrutiny.
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El Salvador’s Bitcoin Bond Issuance Apparently Delayed
The country’s finance minister had previously suggested the bond sale could be launched as soon as this week.
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El Salvador President Nayib Bukele (CoinDesk archives)
Fitch Downgrades El Salvador to CCC Weeks Before Bitcoin Bond Issue
The firm cites concerns over the country's ability to service debt, its concentration of power in the presidency and adoption of bitcoin as legal tender.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele (CoinDesk archives)

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El Salvador Bitcoin Bond Issuance Coming as Soon as March 15: Finance Minister
In a TV appearance, Alejandro Zelaya also confirmed that the coupon for the paper will be 6.5%.
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Bitcoin Should Not Be Legal Tender in El Salvador: IMF
The financial institution said the Central American country’s plans to acquire more bitcoin will require a “very careful analysis” of implications for its financial stability.
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Israeli Financial Authorities Double Down on Bitcoin-Linked Investments: Report
Insurance companies and investment houses might be required to detail and justify any investments linked to bitcoin.
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