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Malaysia's Ministry of Communications has proposed adopting cryptocurrencies as legal tender

Malaysia's deputy communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin has suggested adopting cryptocurrencies as legal tender to help a younger generation of active cryptocurrency users, according to state-run Bernama news agency.

Zahidi said the department would study how to get young.

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