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  1. MEXICO CITY/CARACAS (Reuters) - With U.S. sanctions blocking Venezuela from selling oil to the United States, state-owned energy firm PDVSA has turned to several little-known buyers that ...

  2. Maduro orders Venezuela’s banks to embrace crypto

    Coin Rivet via Yahoo FinanceJul 05 13:00 PM

    Venezuela’s controversial president – Nicolas Maduro – has ordered the country’s largest bank to open special desks for the nation’s cryptocurrency. The South American leader issued a ...

  3. Thanks to oil, Venezuela was once the wealthiest country in the region — before becoming the continent's poorest, ravaged by corruption and feckless economic policy. According to U.S.

  4. With cryptocurrencies being adopted with increasing speed, governments in Russia, China, Iran and Venezuela are experimenting with the technology that underpins the crypto market, the ...

  5. To Dim Guaido's Appeal, Maduro Offers Venezuela His Own Version

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 08 9:00 AM

    Venezuela under Maduro has fallen into dysfunction and international condemnation. With Maduro deeply unpopular amid the devastation -- but with Guaido so far unable to dislodge him - ...

  6. According to Coin Dance, more than 47 billion Venezuela bolivars were traded against Bitcoin in the first week of July. While the rising amounts of bolivars being spent on buying Bitcoin ...

  7. The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has announced an order requiring Banco de Venezuela —the country's biggest bank— to open desks for transactions in Petros in each of ...

  8. Venezuela will stick to its plan of blending domestic and foreign crude to maintain and even increase oil production and exports in the face of sanctions prohibiting U.S. companies from ...

  9. Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has ordered the Bank of Venezuela to accept government-issued cryptocurrency, the petro. According to a tweet by the country's finance minister ...

  10. Chevron Corporation’s CVX operations in Venezuela are at the crossroads. The firm, which is the last U.S. oil major that is still operating in Venezuela, might be forced to exit ...

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