Venezuela considers Bitcoin a central bank reserve.
According to the Chain Partners' Report, Venezuela is considering including Bitcoin in its central bank's reserve assets and using it as a payment method. As Venezuelan's currency, Bolivar, has plummeted, and Venezuela's share of gold is only 0.5% of the world, Bitcoin will be used as a payment method.
The report predicts that bitcoin demand will continue to increase at the central government level, centered on anti-American prices. Iran's legalization of mining is now interpreted in the same vein.