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Despite the official ban .. The evolution of the Betcoin in Morocco

Despite the official ban .. The evolution of the Betcoin in Morocco

Despite the official ban .. The evolution of the Betcoin in Morocco
It appears that the Moroccan authorities' ban on the use of encrypted electronic currency, especially the currency of the Betquin, did not prevent this currency from developing in Morocco. A recent study revealed the steady growth of this currency among Moroccan dealers on the Internet.

Local media in Morocco are interested in a new report from a local exchange, LocalBitcoins, based in the Finnish capital Helsinki. The recent report notes that Morocco is located in four countries on the African continent in the volume of exchanges in Pitcuen and 36 in the world.

While Nigeria was the top in Africa with 256 million dollars, Morocco ranked fourth with 6 million dollars, which is described as slow development, but it remains considered due to the prevention in this area in the country. The UAE occupies the center of the first Arab with a total value of 34 million Dollars

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