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How Far Are We From Paying Down Mortgages Using Cryptocurrencies in the U.S.? A Review of Spain’s Digital Transformation Law proposition, and the potential for similar legislation in the U.S.

By: Jack Fraser, October 26, 2021 Cryptocurrencies have seen exponential increases in value over the last few years. Bitcoin is at the forefront of the digital currency charge. Despite its volatility, Bitcoin’s prices have soared above the $60,000 mark in recent weeks. Within the past month, El Salvador declared Bitcoin as legal tender. Public sentiment […]

What Happens Now that Bitcoin is Legal Tender?

By: Adrian Mosqueda, October 19, 2021 Last month El Salvador became the first country to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender. The decision has faced a wide array of opposing opinions. Supporters identify the benefits such as providing a viable alternative for those that do not have access to traditional banking solutions. However, the decision has […]

Global Monetary Leaders Race to Create Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC)

By: Ashley Docherty, September 21, 2021 As Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies have grown in popularity, central banks have begun to develop digital currencies, also called CBDCs, to make transactions faster and cheaper for consumers. Countries around the world have raced to created CBDCs in the hopes of making its currencies more enticing as reserve currencies […]