Sudan needs a legal framework for cryptocurrency

Photo by André François McKenzie on Unsplash.The regulation of cryptocurrency poses a challenge for many countries and the technology isstill illegal in a handful of nations. Since the first digital currency, Bitcoin, was invented in 2009 by the mysterious “Satoshi Nakamoko,” many other cryptocurrencies have been created. A major feature of these currencies is that they do not require a central bank to exist; rather they rely on decentralized computer networks and an internal protocol. Coming after the collapse of the global banking economy in 2008, the idea of this type of currency, which doe…

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