cryptocurrency in Haiti
In Wisconsin, crypto will soon be selling in corner gasoline stations. Is that soon to happen in Haiti? Read the series on crypto and its impact on Haiti. Photo by J.O. Haselhoef

As cryptocurrency makes the rounds across the globe, its buzz has reached Haiti in the form of donations and nascent projects. In this series, The Haitian Times takes a look at a few players and the pros and cons if digital currencies were to take root in Haiti.  

As cryptocurrency makes the rounds across the globe, its buzz has reached Haiti in the form of donations and nascent projects. In this series, The Haitian Times takes a look at a few players and the pros and cons if digital currencies were to take root in Haiti.  

WISCONSIN — Crypto can be murky and complex. To help orient readers of this series, here’s a basic glossary of terms to know.

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J.O. Haselhoef is the author of “Give & Take: Doing Our Damnedest NOT to be Another Charity in Haiti.” She co-founded "Yonn Ede Lot" (One Helping Another), a nonprofit that partnered with volunteer groups in La Montagne ("Lamontay"), Haiti from 2007-2013. She writes and lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.