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The bill, backed by ruling party lawmakers allied with President Nayib Bukele, aims to attract national and foreign investors.

El Salvador, which became the first country in the world to recognise Bitcoin as a legal tender two years ago, has approved a law that would regulate the issuance of other digital assets by both the state and private entities.

The bill, backed by ruling party lawmakers allied with President Nayib Bukele, aims to attract national and foreign investors while creating new financing opportunities for citizens, companies and the government.

The 47-article law received 62 votes in favour out of 84 seats in Congress on Wednesday.

“The purpose of this law is to establish the legal framework that grants legal certainty to transfer operations to any title of digital assets used in public issuance offers,” according to the legislation.

Public offerings may be made by issuers using existing digital assets, with the opportunity to create new ones through them, the law indicates.

The law also establishes the creation of the National Commission for Digital Assets…

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