When El Salvador announced in mid of 2021 that it was legalizing the usage of Bitcoin (BTC), the entire world opposed its decision.
Nayib Bukele was heavily criticized by governments from all over the world for his actions and his move to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender.
Turns out, other countries from all over the world have started to recognize the potential and benefits of adopting Bitcoin as a legal tender.
This is the reason why many countries want to know exactly how things work in the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchains.
They want to come up with policies surrounding the development, offerings, and all other aspects involving cryptocurrencies. For this purpose, the countries are seeking help and support from cryptocurrency and blockchain experts.
Other Countries Want Knowledge about Cryptocurrencies
After El Salvador, Panama also showed interest in the same policy as El Salvador. Panama is also eager to adopt Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as legal assets.
However, they want clarity and thorough information about cryptocurrencies before they become part of the sector.
Brazil has also emerged as a country that is also eager to gain exposure in the world of cryptocurrencies. However, the country wants to do it the right way, as it does not want to go all out adopting cryptocurrencies like El Salvador.
Brazilian Senate Wants to Learn Crypto-Blockchain Technology
In recent years, the adoption level of cryptocurrencies has risen tremendously in Brazil. Therefore, the country wants to know more about them as the public has a strong interest in adopting cryptocurrencies.
The Brazilian Senate recently shared an interest in crypto-blockchain technology. However, the Senate is now eager to gain more knowledge and information in the cryptocurrency sector.
The Brazilian Senate wants more knowledge and information about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. For this purpose, the senate has recently announced that it wants to recruit people who are experts in fields such as blockchains and cryptocurrencies.
Brazil Senate Wants to Make a Better Legislation
Looking at the growing interest of the locals and local companies in cryptocurrencies, the Senate has realized it needs to accommodate cryptocurrencies.
However, Brazil wants to do it the old-school way as it wants to build strong and firm legislation around cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies.
For this purpose, the Brazilian Senate is eager to hire cryptocurrency and blockchain experts. For this purpose, the people managing the recruitment process have already posted their requirements and capabilities of the candidates.
The requirements suggest that the candidates must have knowledge surrounding algorithms, blockchain technology, smart contracts, consumer law, and business, and must also know a bit about the economy.