To Craig Faller, all economic growth is bad in Venezuela, including the use of cryptocurrencies
In his most recent visit to Costa Rica, on October 23, Craig Faller, admiral of the Southern Command of the United States, again warned that Venezuela is increasingly strengthening the use of cryptocurrencies.
Faller’s statements, quoted by the Costa Rican newspaper El Observador, come after last October 6 he pointed out that the government uses cryptocurrencies to evade the financial sanctions that the United States has imposed on the country. What does he expect? that Venezuelans allow themselves to die?
At a press conference held in Costa Rica, Faller pointed out that the Venezuelan government uses cryptocurrencies for illicit activities.
On this issue, no evidence has been presented by the Donald Trump administration and the authorities of the South American country have not commented either.
Morocotacoin reported in October that the Southern Command recognized that in Venezuela the use of cryptocurrencies has increased to meet the sanctions and financial and economic blockade imposed by the United States.
Faller linked this increased use of cryptocurrencies to the Venezuelan government. Additionally, he said that Southern Command is focused on investigating this growth of the crypto ecosystem in the region.
“60% of the world’s cryptocurrencies are in the Southern Hemisphere has to do with Venezuela,” and also with the participation of Iran, said Faller. That is why they are doing an “analysis of the center of gravity,” he added at a press conference on October 5.
That growth “in the southern hemisphere” isn’t because in that southern hemisphere it is the only country that is economically blocked? And they have to continue fighting and continue their economy with another system?
Explain to Craig please