Why developing countries are so keen on cryptocurrencies
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Prime minister Boris Johnson will announce a tax rise of more than £10bn a year today, and the military junta that overthrew Guinea’s president is urging mining companies to keep operating. Plus, the FT’s emerging markets correspondent, Jonathan Wheatley, explains why developing countries have provided fertile ground for cryptocurrencies to take hold.
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