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Moroccans Increasingly Buying Bitcoin Despite Government’s Crypto Ban 

While the Moroccan government has since placed a blanket ban on bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, residents are increasingly buying and trading these digital assets via peer-to-peer channels. Crypto adoption is also on the rise in other African countries including Nigeria, according to a report onMarch 22, 2021. Moroccans in Love with Cryptos’ Privacy Features 
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