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El Salvador made history last year when it became the first country to establish Bitcoin as a legal currency, in an attempt to capitalize on the cryptocurrency boom. One year later, it’s safe to say the results have been less than ideal: not only has Bitcoin struggled to gain a foothold as a legal currency in El Salvador, but the country’s fiscal problems have worsened due to the crypto crash. This Barron’s article explains why El Salvador’s attempt to modernize its economy could end up being a case study in the risks of cryptocurrency.

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