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The Big Three Credit Agencies Critique El Salvador’s Bitcoin Adoption — S&P Global Warns of 'Immediate Negative Implications'

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The Big Three Credit Agencies Critique El Salvador’s Bitcoin Adoption — S&P Global Warns of 'Immediate Negative Implications'

The Big Three Credit Agencies Critique El Salvador’s Bitcoin Adoption — S&P Global Warns of 'Immediate Negative Implications'

The entire ‘Large Three’ credit score businesses have stated that El Salvador’s adoption of bitcoin might have an effect on the nation’s credit standing in a destructive method. After each Moody’s and Fitch Rankings printed studies on the matter in El Salvador, S&P International stated that the bitcoin adoption has had “fast destructive implications for its credit standing.”

S&P International Joins Fitch Rankings, Moody’s Casting Criticism Down on Salvadoran Bitcoin Adoption

On August 17, 2021, Bitcoin.com Information reported on Fitch Rankings detailing that El Salvador adopting bitcoin (BTC) as a authorized foreign money could push the nation towards “regulatory and working dangers.”

Furthermore, Fitch stated that the adoption of bitcoin would negatively have an effect on the insurance coverage system in the Latin American nation. Fitch Rankings’ report in August adopted Moody’s downgrade in June, after the ‘Large Three’ credit score company dropped the nation to a Caa1 from a B3 score and highlighted a “deterioration in the standard of policymaking.”

S&P International appears to agree with Fitch and Moody’s and on Friday, a report from reuters.com signifies that the credit score company S&P International notices “fast implications” after the nation adopted bitcoin (BTC). One of many largest dangers is getting help, S&P stated from packages just like the Worldwide Financial Fund (IMF). Furthermore, the report stated that S&P envisions an “enhance [in] fiscal vulnerabilities.”

“The dangers related to the adoption of bitcoin as authorized tender in El Salvador appear to outweigh its potential advantages,” S&P defined on Thursday. “There are fast destructive implications for [the] credit score.” Thomson Reuters’ Marc Jones highlights that El Salvador presently has a B- score which suggests it’s secure.

S&P International’s newest statements comply with the current motion that’s been going down in El Salvador. As an illustration, protestors took to the streets on September 15 and set a bitcoin automated teller machine (ATM) on hearth. Moreover, a grievance filed by a human rights group referred to as Cristosal despatched to the Salvadoran Courtroom of Accounts desires the Salvadoran authorities investigated for the bitcoin ATM offers and kiosk development.

What do you consider S&P International’s newest statements about El Salvador adopting bitcoin as authorized tender? Tell us what you consider this topic in the feedback part under.


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