Egypt’s economy has been struggling since the 2011 revolution.
The country’s economy was once the world’s fifth largest, but is now just barely a third of the size it was in 2005, according to the World Bank.
The country is now on track to miss its goal of having a balanced budget in 2020.
The IMF has said the economy will shrink by 5.7 percent this year, and analysts are predicting another contraction.
As Egypt struggles to keep its economy afloat, investors have been buying into the country’s digital currencies.
In the last few months, the Egyptian dollar has skyrocketed from a mere $0.13 to nearly $1.50.
Egyptian stocks have been so cheap that some people are trading in them.
Egypt is the world leader in digital currencies, with a total market cap of $17.7 billion.
A recent report by eMarketer found that more than half of Egypt’s $25 billion economy is made up of digital assets.
Egypt has a huge number of digital companies and is now the world capital for digital startups, according the eMarketers report.
Egypt’s digital economy is booming.
The digital currency markets have already expanded in the past year, with the number of registered digital currencies reaching more than 400,000 by the end of June.
The government has been aggressively pursuing the use of digital currency for many purposes, including the construction of infrastructure projects.
Egyptian entrepreneurs are also using the digital currency to help their businesses grow.
For example, the government is encouraging companies to issue digital currencies for the purpose of issuing digital currencies in order to fund their projects, including for the construction projects.
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