· In 21 days, El Salvador's bitcoin tender law will be enforced after the bill to make bitcoin legal tender in the country was approved by the Salvadoran Congress supermajority on June 9.
· Mining, Corporate Social Responsiblity, and Conflict: OceanaGold and the El Dorado Foundation in El Salvador, published by the Institute for Policy Studies and MiningWatch Canada, will be presented at OceanaGold's office in Melbourne on Thursday, the 36th anniversary of the murder of Salvadoran Archbishop Óscar Romero.
· El Salvador's adoption of Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender is widely celebrated across the crypto ecosystem, but one expert believes the importance of the rollout was a little bit exaggerated. Speaking to CNBC, Fidelity Investments director Jurrien Timmer said that the significance of El Salvador's Bitcoin move is "a little bit overplayed." "Because it's not [.]
· The fight to save El Salvador's water not only cost many protectors their lives, but the resulting corporate backlash threatened to bankrupt the nation of El Salvador itself. In the face of violence and repression, El Salvador's water protectors achieved something monumental: a national ban on metal mining. But the story didn't end there.
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· Bitcoin ATM operator Athena Bitcoin has unveiled a plan to install 1,500 bitcoin ATMs in El Salvador, first installing dozens as a test.
· El Salvador has become the first country in the world to officially ... The new law means every business must accept Bitcoin as legal tender ... Iran bans cryptocurrency mining after blackouts.
· Bitcoin rallies after El Salvador adopts the crypto as legal tender. The world's most prominent cryptocurrency, bitcoin, surged 13% on Thursday to above 37,300 after El Salvador officially recognized it as a legal tender, becoming the first country in the world to do so. The cryptocurrency is still significantly off from its record high of ...
· The process is reportedly already in motion to design a Bitcoin mining hub around the site. Why It Matters: El Salvador has 23 active volcanoes, and geothermal energy contributes more than 20% of ...
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El Salvador: Oceana Gold Mining Conflict Continues. Wednesday, April 19, 2017. The Public Prosecutor's Office has frozen the company's property, vehicles and bank accounts, because it has not yet paid the 8 million plus interest owed from an international arbitration case which it lost to the Salvadoran State.
· Report Mining, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Conflict: OceanaGold and the El Dorado Foundation in El Salvador . ... which was originally established by Pacific Rim Mining in El Salvador in 2005, and is now operated by its successor company, OceanaGold.
· Both consumers and businesses can refuse, especially if they lack the technology to do so. 4. ... ATM manufacturers, and bitcoin miners, among others. Bitcoin in El Salvador ...
On Monday, November 9, El Salvador was host to an unusual meeting of some of the continent's wealthiest and most influential players: former US President Bill Clinton, notorious Mexican telecom magnate Carlos Slim, and Canadian businessman Frank Giustra, who has made a career out of major investments worldwide in mining, from gold and diamonds to uranium, among other industries.
· Mining company Pacific Rim, now owned by OceanaGold, is suing El Salvador for halting mining within its borders. A decision by an international trade tribunal could determine whether mining .
· Death Threats in El Salvador as Mining Company Asserts Corporate "Rights" Submitted by Brendan Fischer on May 14, 2011 8:26am While a transnational corporation asserts its "right" to extract gold from El Salvador under the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), a grassroots antimining movement fights for selfdetermination and its leaders are turning up dead.