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Ten years ago afghan women were paid in Bitcoin – now the ticket to freedom

Ten years ago afghan women were paid in Bitcoin – now the ticket to freedom



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  1. tldr; Afghanistan-based non-profit Digital Citizen Fund founder Roya Mahboob began paying her staff and freelancers in Afghanistan in bitcoin nearly 10 years ago. About a third of the nearly 16,000 girls and women who learned basic computing skills at her centers also learned how to set up a crypto wallet and receive funds. Several of these women left the country after Kabul was captured by the Taliban on August 15.

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