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Monera declines as Canada brings cryptocurrency under the Emergency Act

Following a drop in the crypto market because of bad news from Canada, Monero has gone back into bearish territory.

In the midst of continuous protests in Ottawa by the Canadian Freedom Convoy, the cryptocurrency joins a list of other significant digital assets that the Canadian government has banned (CFC). Authorities want to cut down on how much money demonstrators are said to have used, which comes from digital currencies like Bitcoin, Cardano, and Monero.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has used the country’s Emergencies Act, which has a big impact on a lot of different cryptocurrencies, including Monero (XMR).The cryptocurrency has been steadily declining as a result of unfavourable market action. According to experts, Monero’s overall market position is “less profitable.”

The emergency act has been enacted barring future funding for trucker-based campaigners who resist the country’s COVID-19 immunisation obligation. Monero (XMR) is being used to support the demonstrators, who have collected between $1.1 million and $1.2 million in cryptocurrency donations. Many people choose to pay for their gifts with cryptocurrencies like Monero because they aren’t controlled by anyone and there aren’t many fees.

The majority of cryptocurrency experts anticipate that the price of Monero will climb in the near future based on current data and the coin’s previous triumphs. The mix of technology and positive crypto market dynamics could make XMR one of the most traded cryptocurrencies. It is very popular on the dark web because of its high level of anonymity when it comes to transactions.


Vaishali Goel
Vaishali Goel
Technology enthusiast, explorer and academic scholar. Currently exploring the crypto world. Join me in my journey to see how crypto, NFT and Metaverse will change the world.


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