Instead of sticking with commodity production based on traditional currency, one country aims to reshape all transactions with this contemporary technology: El Salvador.
Author: Michael Carrier
Michael is a Political Science student at UCLA, class of 2025. He is interested in International Relations and Environmental Studies. At UCLA, he served as a Committee Moderator for BruinMUN 2020 and as a Crisis Committee Staffer for LAMUN, UCLA’s annual Model UN Conference.
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