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Crypto Country Guides

A selection of country guides: > Crypto in Russia > Crypto in the UAE > Crypto mining in Kazakhstan > Crypto in Jordan
Crypto Country Guides

A Special Report on Crypto in Dubai and Crypto in Abu Dhabi (05/2022)

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Crypto in the UAE is booming. But what exactly are the Arab Emirates doing so well that exchanges and funds are falling over themselves to establish a presence there? Read the full analysis here:

A Special Report on Crypto in Dubai and Crypto in Abu Dhabi | CoinMarketCap
CoinMarketCap Alexandria takes a look at the state of crypto in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which has seen a flurry of crypto activity lately.

A Special Report on Crypto Sanctions and the Status of Crypto in Russia (04/2022)

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Following Russia's war in Ukraine, heavy financial sanctions were imposed on the country. How is the crypto industry affected and how does the new geopolitical reality change the future of cryptocurrency in Russia? A deep dive into crypto in Russia here:

A Special Report on Crypto Sanctions and the Status of Crypto in Russia | CoinMarketCap
We take a look at the role of cryptocurrency in the sanctions against Russia and how this is changing Russia’s stance on digital currencies.

Bitcoin Mining in Kazakhstan (02/2022)

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Bitcoin mining is big business and in Kazakhstan even more so. Why is this Central Asian country so popular with miners and what does that mean for the future of mining? Read the analysis here:

Bitcoin Mining in Kazakhstan | CoinMarketCap
CoinMarketCap analyzes the benefits of Bitcoin mining in Kazakhstan in comparison to other countries and the recent development in the country’s laws.

Crypto Adoption in Jordan is Rising Despite the Ban (01/2022)

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Jordan is a country you would not expect to be a crypto haven. Still, people in Jordan are adopting digital currencies ever faster. Read why crypto is so popular in this Arab country:

Crypto Adoption in Jordan Is Rising Despite Ban | CoinMarketCap
Cryptocurrency trading in Jordan is gaining popularity, even though the government recently reiterated its ban on digital assets. Will it help the 50% unemployed Jordanian youth? Read more!