Bitcoin [BTC] used to help underprivileged children in Venezuela | BCFocus Bitcoin [BTC] used to help underprivileged children in Venezuela | BCFocus
Allow to send web push notifications to your desktop. Due to hyperinflation, Venezuela is currently facing some serious problems. The country is deep in debt and is also suffering economic pressure from the United States of America. Recently, a video has been shared on social media showing the charity efforts that have been made in the country with the help of Bitcoin [BTC]. The details were shared by a Twitter user known as Crypto For Venezuela. Reportedly, they purchased clothing and school supplies for underprivileged kids with crypto worth around $260. The effort reached 500 children and volunteers handed out the gifts dressed as Santa Claus. This entry was retrieved by us on January 06, 2019 6:49 PM. Share this content on social media: Browse bcfocus.com for more. Leave a Comment

Venezuela s Supreme Court Orders Payment in National Cryptocurrency Venezuela s Supreme Court Orders Payment in National Cryptocurrency
Venezuelas Supreme Tribunal of Justice has ordered a compensation payment of 266 petros, the country's national cryptocurrency, in a workplace injury case. Meanwhile, the Venezuelan government has launched the petro savings plan, backed by 4 million of the digital currency. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space The Supreme Tribunal of Justice of Venezuela (TSJ) has ordered moral damage compensation in a workplace injury case to be paid in petros or the equivalent, local media reported on Friday. The TSJ is the country's highest court of law and the head of the judicial branch. This share was retrieved by us on November 06, 2018 2:11 AM. Share this content on social media: Check out news.bitcoin.com for complete listings from this source. Leave a Comment

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