Bitcoin was sent to all 350 deputies of the Spanish Congress, the lower house of Spain’s parliament, within a part of an educational initiative similar to the “Crypto for Congress” campaign.
The initiative was launched by blockchain education platform Tutellus and Observatorio Blockchain “to raise awareness about the ‘transcendental’ role that cryptocurrencies are going to play in the society transformation.
All 350 representatives of the ten parliamentary groups in the lower house of parliament were sent an email with one euro equivalent in bitcoin.
“Many deputies probably already have some experience in the use of cryptocurrencies, but we would like those who are not yet familiar with the new money to have the opportunity to get in touch with it,” Miguel Caballero, founder of Tutellus, told.
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