• In a March 28 statement, the Central Bank of Egypt warned Egyptians against dealing in cryptocurrencies, stressing that Egypt works only with official currencies approved by the bank. The statement explained that cryptocurrencies are subject to extreme fluctuation in value since they are not issued by central issuing authorities in any country and not backed by tangible assets such as gold reserves.

source:  al-monitor.com

UPDATE: The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Asset Control published a list of crypto addresses tied to the alleged election interference, including bitcoin, bitcoin cash, litecoin, zcash, dash, verge and ether addresses. https://t.co/pj3hvTsyf0