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Cubans turn to cryptocurrency amid heavy U.S. sanctions

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Many Cubans cannot use internationally accepted credit or debit cards due to U.S. sanctions placed on their country. Last week, the island released new regulations for the use of cryptocurrencies. Starting next month, the Central Bank will issue licenses to virtual asset service providers.