We came across Olya Suhovirskaya (@olya_borderless) when we were looking into El Salvador and the whole Bitcoin Beach phenom recently.

Through her Borderless Bitcoin Travel Show twitter page, she has been travelling (as the name suggests) through various countries, whilst always attempting to use or promote Bitcoin along the way.

The episode that caught our attention then was the most recent post 'Five things Bitcoin fixes in El Salvador', originally posted in January, which covers a brief history of the country, its people and their aspirations against the backdrop of its recent introduction of Bitcoin as legal tender.



Check out the Borderless Bitcoin Travel Show for more episodes at @olya_borderless on Twitter, or better yet nitter.net, it's informed, easy to watch and BTC friendly!

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