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IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva (Samuel Corum/Getty Images)
IMF Says Capital Control Powers Should Include Crypto
The financial stability watchdog is the latest to worry that digital assets are being used to evade sanctions on Russia.
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Argentine Congress Approves IMF Debt Deal That Would Discourage Crypto Usage
The $45 billion loan was approved by the Senate on Thursday night, one week after the Chamber of Deputies passed it.
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Argentine Senate to Vote on IMF Agreement Discouraging Use of Cryptocurrencies
The letter of intent was signed by both parties on March 3 and already approved by the Chamber of Deputies.
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Según el FMI, bitcoin no debería ser de curso legal en El Salvador
La institución financiera dijo que los planes del país centroamericano de adquirir más bitcoin requerirán un “análisis muy cuidadoso” de las implicaciones para su estabilidad financiera.
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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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IMF Views ‘Cryptoization’ as Threat to Global Economy
In its semi-annual Global Financial Stability Report, the IMF says the adoption of a cryptocurrency as national currency “carries significant risks and is an inadvisable shortcut.”
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Global Stablecoins Could Eventually Become Reserve Currencies: IMF Paper
The IMF paper suggests the U.S. dollar's role as the dominant reserve currency is safe for now, but private digital currencies could come to compete in time.
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IMF Official: Central Banks Need to Compete With Crypto
An IMF official believes central banks need to offer "better" fiat currencies in order to fend off potential competition from cryptocurrencies.
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Ex-IMF Economist: Bitcoin Could Drop to $100 in the Next Decade
Economist Kenneth Rogoff said Tuesday that he expects bitcoin's price will decrease by 2028.
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IMF Chief Lagarde: Global Cryptocurrency Regulation Is 'Inevitable'
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, has stated that international regulatory action on cryptocurrencies is "inevitable."
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