El Salvador Bitcoin after Bukele – Bitcoin Magazine

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This is an opinion piece by Jeremy, an advisor to Escape to El Salvador, a community of professionals who help expats obtain residency and citizenship in El Salvador.

It was wonderful to see so many people visiting our beautiful country recently! They fall in love with our beaches and our jungles, our volcanoes and our pupusas. Finally, every tourist has that moment when he asks himself: “Do we really have to go back there?” and they are only half joking.

Those who are serious about staying, do their research and check out where to live, and start to learn a little about the politics of the smallest (non-island) country in the Western Hemisphere. Eventually, they find locals to talk to about the residency in El Salvador, and when they do, one question comes up in every conversation: “What happens when President Bukele leaves office? Can the next president change the Bitcoin law? »

The short answer is no, but it’s worth looking into the details to really understand the political environment here as it relates not just to Bitcoin, but to the broader ambitions of the Salvadoran public.

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