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Venezuelans Remain Skeptical After President Maduro Raises Petro’s Value

The News Articles Thursday, 6 December 2018
Venezuelans Remain Skeptical After President Maduro Raises Petro’s ValueVenezuelans have blasted President Nicolas Maduro and his new cryptocurrency after the chief of Venezuela upped the petro’s worth closing week. A lot of Venezuelans and mavens advised information.Bitcoin.com that the theory of a petroleum-backed cryptocurrency used to be a foul concept from the beginning and that the federal government by no means in reality …
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