Many El Salvadorans took to Twitter to claim that Bitcoin cryptocurrency disappeared mysteriously from their Chivo wallets.

In September, El Salvador became the first country in the world to accept Bitcoin as a legal currency. This move attracted global media attention, but also attracted criticism from the opposition. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), which warned the country not to make Bitcoin a legal payment, due to risks associated with the volatility of the cryptocurrency.

The Chivo wallet, a cryptocurrency wallet that citizens can use to make Bitcoin transactions, is called the Chivo wallet. The wallet was launched by Nayib Bukele, the eccentric but beloved president of the country. It was created after the legalization of Bitcoin as a currency in the nation. The Chivo wallet has been accepted by large banks and merchants in the country, allowing them to increase their credit functionality and accept Bitcoin.

According to the New Scientist report, citizens in El Salvador claim that their Bitcoin is disappearing from their Chivo wallets. El Comisionado has already identified 50 of these complaints. “The government has not replied to the complaints nor acknowledged the errors. People are demanding that the government respond to their complaints. El Comissionado explained to the New Scientist that many people have waited for months to receive a reply.

Currently, however, the government has not yet issued an official statement regarding the matter.

In November, Bukele announced that it would build the first Bitcoin City, which will be funded by a $1 billion Bitcoin Bond. The proposed city will be built along the Gulf of Fonseca, near a volcano. The government of Bukele is counting on Bitcoin as a way to stimulate the country’s economy and encourage investment. This assumes that Bitcoin prices remain on an upward trajectory.

Bukele says that residents of Bitcoin City won’t be required to pay income, property, capital gains, or payroll taxes. With foreign investment in mind, the city will be built.

It is worth noting that El Salvador had 1,220 bitcoins as of November 26th. El Salavdoran President was currently on a spreeof adding more Bitcoin to its country funds.

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