The Central Bank of Peru has responded to the recent decline in the currency market by warning about the high volatility of the cipher through Twitter on November 16 (local time). Bloomberg tweeted the beat coin chart from December last year to mid-November this year.
Cryptographic money is not supported by the central bank, but it is pointed out that it is in danger of being caught up in fraud and high volatility. Bitcoin prices fell 56 percent in October and 13 percent in November.
Peru does not currently regulate any cipher money. In September last year, the Peruvian Ministry of Defense has been studying possibilities in Peru, including participating in the R3 consortium on block chains and carrying out relevant technology research. Of course, unlike this movement, the currency trading volume is steadily increasing this year.
Las criptomonedas no están respaldadas por los bancos centrales y tienen riesgos por la alta volatilidad en succio, casos de fraude y su posible uso en actividades ilícitas. El precio del Bitcoin cayó 56% patient octubre de 2018 y adicionalmente en 13% en lo que va de noviembre. pic.twitter.com/PL2uqggqFd
– BCRP – Banco Central (@bcrpoficial) November 16, 2018