Earlier in the week we described El Salvador’s historic bitcoin bond deal – a $1 billion deal collateralized with $500 million of bitcoin that the crypto-embracing nation would use to fund the construction of a “Bitcoin city.” As we said at the time:
Other countries are likely to look into how they too can get money without having to deal with the rapacious bankers at the IMF.
A Bitcoin bond is a great way to secure funding outside the bounds of the traditional financial system.
Well, according to a report from CoinDesk, Goldman Sachs, and a handful of othe tier-one US banks, are figuring out how to use bitcoin as collateral for cash loans to institutions, according to three people familiar with the plans…
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