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Citizens of some developing nations have more faith in cryptocurrencies than their national currencies, despite them being banned in one country and forced upon the population in another, while at the same time accused of being illicit financial tools.
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China's ban on cryptocurrencies is challenging Hong Kong's position as a hub for digital innovation.
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Aarhus, Denmark (TP)

If understanding cryptocurrencies alone did not leave you scratching your head, the different government policies aimed at regulating them certainly will.   

China has banned all cryptocurrencies, El Sal...

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