Mexican Startup Wants to Support Venezuelans With $1 Million Crypto Airdrop

Mexican Startup Wants to Support Venezuelans With $1 Million Crypto Airdrop

Mexican startup Airtm will launch a campaign to raise donations for Venezuelans, a country whose poor monetary policies have plagued it with hyperinflation. Called the AirdropVenezuela.org, the campaign seeks to raise $1 million in cryptocurrency donations for residents of Venezuela. Once completed, the startup will airdrop the donations to over 100,000 verified Venezuelans who use the AirTM platform.

Venezuela’s Petro Cryptocurrency Makes Its Way to Six Unknown Exchanges

There have been numerous concerns regarding Venezuela’s national cryptocurrency. Although this currency has the support of President Maduro, a lot of experts doubt it will ever amount to anything. Despite the overwhelming controversy, the Petro will commence trading on six cryptocurrency exchanges moving forward. Another Dubious Petro-related Development Ever since President Maduro created the Petro cryptocurrency, it has been marred by controversy and doubts.
Venezuela Launches “Petros” Cryptocurrency Amid Growing Skepticism

Venezuela Launches “Petros” Cryptocurrency Amid Growing Skepticism

With crushing debt and a starving population, the Maduro government in Venezuela is launching what it says is the world's first sovereign cryptocurrency. The cryptocurrency is designed to bypass U.S. government sanctions against the socialist regime.
Venezuela Launches “Petros” Cryptocurrency Amid Growing Skepticism

Venezuela Launches “Petros” Cryptocurrency Amid Growing Skepticism

With crushing debt and a starving population, the Maduro government in Venezuela is launching what it says is the world's first sovereign cryptocurrency. The cryptocurrency is designed to bypass U.S. government sanctions against the socialist regime.

Blockchain’s Greatest Impact Will Be in Developing Countries, Says UPenn Lecturer

Most of the attention, flurry and investment around blockchain technology is in the West, where people are investing in cryptocurrencies and focused on a slew of novel applications, like using a blockchain to track vegetables from the field to store shelves.
Venezuela’s Fiat Currency is Declining Rapidly and Bitcoin is Taking Over

Venezuela’s Fiat Currency is Declining Rapidly and Bitcoin is Taking Over

Years of hyperinflation of the Venezuelan bolivar has made the currency nearly unusable.

Venezuelan President Announces Oil-Backed Cryptocurrency “Petro” to Combat ‘US Blockade’

According to Reuters, Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro recently announced a new cryptocurrency during a Christmas television special, amid the country’s economic crisis and the plunge of the Venezuelan Bolivar’s value.