A candidate for Thailand’s prime minister has pledged to give every citizen 10,000 Thai Baht (about $300) in digital currency if his party gains the government after the country’s general election in May.
When asked what tokens would be utilised for the airdrop through Twitter, a Phue Thai official did not respond right away.
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Thai baht stablecoins were ruled illegal by the Bank of Thailand, which serves as the country’s central bank, in 2021.
Recent surveys indicate that the election would be close; according to Reuters, Pheu Thai has received about 46% of the vote recently.