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Twitter-based crypto fans say they are underwhelmed by the details of a crypto-themed private member’s bill unveiled yesterday by the Paraguayan MP Carlos Rejala.
Rejala had first started tweeting about the draft legislation in the wake of the launch of a Salvadorian bill that will in a few weeks’ time, make bitcoin (BTC) legal tender. The MP, of the minority Hagamos Party,

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