Last week the Constituent National Assembly (CNA), which was chosen a previous year to draught a novel law for the nation in order to suit Nicolas Maduro’s plans, has approved a draught decree concerning cryptos. This document permits the use of cyber money in the country as well as clarifies the organizational matters over the petro – Venezuela’s state virtual coin.
It is noteworthy that it was the idea of Maduro’s socialist gov’t to emit the coin, as they claimed, to help the country get out of the economic crisis. The novel cyber-coin started its ICO in February, and Maduro keeps promoting the use of his creation.
As per News.Bitcoin.com, a few days ago, the gov’t of Venezuela notified about the fact that CNA (or ANC in Spanish) affirmed the draught of the Constituent Decree on Cryptoassets and the Petro. The document, at first was introduced to Tareck El Aissami, the vice president of the country.
In particular, he said that this document is proposed "to establish the basis for the management of these alternative mechanisms in financial and commercial activities.”
The person in charge of the circulation, emission, etc., of cyber money in Venezuela affirmed the news saying that “nothing can stop the impulse” of this state. He also added that by the approval of the doc, Venezuela “made history.”
It is interesting how the country’s gov’t continues pushing the idea of the petro, even after the US (which opposes Venezuela’s president and his associates) warned investors to be cautious with the coin.
What Does It Mean?
In accordance with several reports, the now-approved decree will give Maduro the right to regulate the emission, arrangement and running of the petro.
Moreover, when it comes to cryptos in general, the document will be there to permit their usage as well as swapping both for residents of Venezuela and foreigners, and it doesn’t matter whether they are individuals or entities. The use of cryptos in this decree is not only clarified cut it is also “guaranteed.”
On the whole, the aim of the decree, as media reported, is the trigger of Venezuela’s growth as a country.
As per Cripto Noticias, the document, which includes 12 articles, will come into effect when it is published in the National Gazette.
As it is known, earlier the National Assembly of the country, which mainly comprises the opposition, concluded that the emission of the petro was declared violating Venezuela’s main law.