Myanmar’s National Unity Government Makes USDT Official Currency• December 11, 2021 4:23 pm • Comments
As most of you know by now the country of Myanmar has been suffering at the hands of an authoritarian regime.
On February 1st of this year, the Myanmar military staged a coup a day before Democratic elected officials were set to be inaugurated.
Those who were arrested were State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, President Win Myint and many others who were part of the National League of Democracy party.
Since the military has taken over the country over 1,000 pro democracy protestors have been slaughtered all across the country in gruesome ways.
To combat the military regime the truly elected leaders and other politicians formed the NUG (National Unity Government) to represent the true leadership of Myanmar.
A sector within the NUG called the Ministry of Planning, Finance and Investment has just announced that USDT Tether will now be Myanmar’s official currency and is allowed to be used for purchases of goods and services.
According to several reports the NUG moved to USDT because many Myanmar citizens have been arrested for sending donations to the NUG’s arm winged called the People’s defense force.
Here’s the official statement below, it’s in Burmese language:
The Myanmar government in exile just recognized $USDT @Tether_to as the official currency
Source https://t.co/Gl1HAKeJAP pic.twitter.com/73EauWl0Wj
— R58P (@r58p3) December 11, 2021
Myanmar NUG Government legally recognize the usage of stable coin USDT! That's huge adoption at Myanmar!! pic.twitter.com/HksJAdEqdK
— Htet Myat Aung (@htetmyataung_) December 11, 2021
Some citizens of Myanmar have their worries about Tether but the majority believe anything is better than the current Myanmar kyat which is losing value each day the military continues to seize control of the country.
If your wondering how bad things are in Myanmar, just take a look at how sadistic the Myanmar army really is against anyone who expresses tehri freedom of speech:
Yesterday morning 11 ppl from Don Taw village, were bound & tied by security forces in Myanmar. They were then burned alive. This is how the fascist junta handles internal opposition in the country. It’s brutal. And it’s armed by international capitalism. pic.twitter.com/nSE1yBnZi6
— GhostofDurruti (@RobTheRich0001) December 8, 2021
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