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During last years Argentina brought us plenty of bitcoin-based news. Wanna read them all? There you go!
Buenos Aires has renewed its push to shut down Uber operations in the city, attempting to legally prosecute its local leadership and ban its app from use.
While many of the cryptoworld conferences around the world have became business oriented, the Latin American event has managed to retain the spirit of the good ol’ days.
Buenos Aires Blockchain notarization platform Signatura will use Bitcoin technology to certify and validate legal documents with no requirement to trust on third parties.
Over a hundred shops and professionals accept Bitcoin in Buenos Aires, including dentists, law firms, cafes, and bed&breakfasts, but still most of Bitcoin users are independent professionals.
Despite being banned from using card payment services, Uber is still fighting the good fight in Argentina, in part thanks to using Bitcoin debit cards that can’t be shut down.
The Argentinian government blocked credit card companies from dealing with Uber, causing the ridesharing company’s national branch to use Bitcoin instead.
Argentina has the greatest potential for Bitcoin adoption in the world, and China ranks only 27th in a survey conducted by London School of Economics.
Recently, Argentina-based payment operator enBitcoins expanded its services to Colombia and has plans for Mexico and Latin America.
Argentina’s new president, Mauricio Macri, is good news for the legal status of Bitcoin in the country.
If the Bitcoin blockchain validates financial transactions, why not use it to validate other things from the real world?
Yesterday I read that the 26 year old daughter of Argentina’s Defense Minister, María Delfina Rossi, was just appointed head at Banco Nacíon, the country’s largest bank.
July 31 saw participants such as the World Bank and other financial elite from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan gather in Argentina and Brazil to witness the potential of Bitcoin and blockchain technology, particularly for the Latin American region.
The Tokyo police is reportedly charging former Mark Karpelès on suspicions of fraud; the long-awaited app network Ethereum has finally launched, and more news.
Taringa!, Argentina’s largest social network, has seen an average increase of 40% in content creation since the integration of bitcoin last month.
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