Exploring the Humanitarian Case for Bitcoin

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Social activist Farida Bemba Nabourema shares insights into educating the Norwegian parliament and top government officials in Oslo about bitcoin’s humanitarian impact. Plus, how crypto has helped her and other residents of Togo, outlook for mass global adoption, and what the media might get wrong about Central African Republic’s crypto ambitions.

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