US Senators Seek Stronger Sanctions on Venezuela’s ‘Petro’ Cryptocurrency
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is pushing for tighter sanctions against Venezuela's state-backed cryptocurrency, known as the petro.
President Maduro has ordered the Bank of Venezuela to open public counters for his controversial cryptocurrency, the petro.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has sanctioned a Moscow-based bank over its role in financing Venezuela’s controversial petro token.
Venezuela's president has ordered his pet cryptocurrency, the petro, to be used in funding an ongoing housing initiative.
As the situation in Venezuela continues to escalate, artist cryptograffiti, crypto exchange AirTM and merchant services provider Cripto Conserje have teamed up for an all-day fundraiser to tear down – in whatever way they can – Maduro's regime.
Venezuela's President Maduro has said the nation will sidestep the dollar and use its controversial petro token for oil sales next year.