Is Russia Using Bitcoin to Evade Sanctions?

Putin’s hidden agenda is unraveling

Photo by Alina Grubnyak on Unsplash

OK, here we go again. Russia invades Ukraine. The west imposes sanctions. The ruble collapses and some Russians try to salvage whatever they’ve got left by buying Euros, Dollars, and Bitcoin.

And all of a sudden Bitcoin is evil.




Bitcoin is a revolution and this is what scares most people off. We don't like change, we don´t like learning, we don´t like challenges but they are unavoidable. Technology is an unstoppable force that will change your life whether you want it or not. Ignore it at your own peril.

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Alberto Guerrero

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