The three causes for El Salvador’s decreasing creditworthiness as a Bitcoin holder

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When El Salvador became Bitcoin legal money in September, the crypto world reacted positively, with many forecasting a turnaround in the debt-ridden country’s fortunes.

Five months later, the country’s sovereign credit is perceived to be four times worse than it was.

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