- 20 human rights leaders from 20 nations penned an open letter to the U.S Congress to ask for accountable bitcoin laws.
- The letter was partly a response to an anti-crypto letter not too long ago despatched to Congress that opposed the thought that bitcoin brings about optimistic monetary innovation.
- Notable signatories of the letter embody Alex Gladsein, Yeonmi Park and Farida Nabourema.
An open letter of help for accountable bitcoin and stablecoin coverage was launched at the moment, signed by 20 human rights leaders from 20 completely different nations, asking the U.S Congress to contemplate the far-reaching implications of irresponsible laws. The announcement got here from Alex Gladstein, chief technique officer of the Human Rights Basis.