Cryptocurrency in Eastern Europe: Innovations, Companies, and Progress
We are happy to share the newest article written by Solomon Brown, our Head of PR. This insightful publication is live on Coincentral.
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The article by Solomon Brown paints a complete picture of cryptocurrency regulation and the prospects of crypto assets in Eastern Europe. The region is full of active young entrepreneurs who are engaged in prospective start-ups and therefore are especially interested in lightning-fast financial transactions of high quality and without intermediaries. However, Eastern Europe hasn’t achieved a common regulatory consensus regarding cryptocurrency. Several countries are rather pro. “One might be surprised to learn that Georgia is the world’s second-largest mining country after China, Moldova has legalized cryptocurrency mining, and Belarus is predicted to become the European Hong Kong,” according to Solomon Brown. On the other hand, cryptocurrency circulation will probably be banned in Russia and digital money is not considered a legal means of payment in Hungary.
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