A 2001 law on the money-related combinations in the nation expresses that compensations and charges may just be paid in colónes or dollars.
Rolando Castro, the Minister of Labor and Social Welfare in El Salvador has said that the public authority is examining whether organizations in the nation should pay their representatives in Bitcoin.
As per nearby radio broadcast 107.7 Fuego GMV, Castro has talked about the issue of managers paying their laborers in Bitcoin (BTC) with authorities from the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economy. His comments come seven days after the country’s Legislative Assembly endorsed the utilization of the digital currency as lawful delicate.
El Salvador’s 2001 Law of Monetary Integration, which gave the administrative system to ultimately supplant the Salvadoran colón with the U.S. dollar, expresses that pay rates and expenses may just be paid in colónes or dollars. Be that as it may, the previous is once in a while utilized in the Central American country now.
It’s indistinct if the endorsement of Bitcoin as lawful delicate in the nation will develop existing law or supplant it. President Nayib Bukele’s draft of the law shows “charge commitments can be paid in Bitcoin” and “for bookkeeping purposes, the USD will be utilized as the reference cash.”