Jun 8, 2021 11:04 UTC
Jun 8, 2021 at 11:04 UTC
A cumulative number of Latin American lawgivers are donning Lazer’s eyes on their Twitter avatars to direct their support for BTC & digital assets.
Gabriel Silva, a Panamanian congressman, is affecting to follow in El Salvador’s footsteps by suggesting legislation to accept BTC & other cryptocurrencies on a national scale.
Nayib Bukele El Salvador’s president, proclaimed during the Miami BTC conference on June 6, that he will succumb a bill to lawmakers demanding that BTC be complete legal tender.
In a June 8 tweet, Silva highlighted the meaning of Panama not being left behind by Bukele’s liberal crypto plans, which also comprise eliminating capital gains tax on BTC in El Salvador. Rendering to an uneven translation, Silva asserted:
‘This is significant. & Panama cannot be left behind. If we need to be a true technology & entrepreneurship hub, we have to sustenance cryptocurrencies.’
“We will be proposing to present at the Meeting. If you are interested in building it, you can contact me,” he added.
Bukele’s statement has prompted alike moves from other politicians through Latin America, however, rare real policy proposals have been proclaimed.
On June 7, Paraguayan congressman, Carlitos Rejala, tweeted “El Salvador to the Moon” & uploaded a picture of himself with laser eyes — a prevalent crypto meme used to rapid Bitcoin maximalism on crypto Twitter.
Previous today, the crypto community had twisted their attention to Brazilian politician, Fábio Ostermann, who likewise posted a picture of himself with laser eyes accompanied by the hashtag “#lasereyestill100k.”
Notwithstanding positive sentiment on social media concerning the seeming bullishness of Latin American lawmakers, the price of BTC has sustained to drop.
The price of BTC has drooping roughly 10% since Bukele’s June 6 declaration from $36K to roughly $32,500 at the time of writing.