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Mexican Bitcoin superstar firm Bitso lands a $2.5 million round of investment, pushing a new era of Bitcoin expansion into the fast-growing Latin American market.
Bitso has begun offering Bitcoin payroll services to Mexican workers. Thanks to a partnership with payroll service Bitwage, the cryptocurrency exchange now allows workers to be paid in Bitcoin and receive pesos.
You can now buy Bitcoin at convenience stores all around Mexico, thanks to a partnership between Mexican cryptocurrency exchange Bitso and payment services provider Zmart Group.
Ethereum just got a boost in Mexico, with local cryptocurrency exchange Bitso adding the ability to buy and sell Ether with Mexican pesos.
Employing Bitcoin could revolutionize the remittance industry for Mexican immigrants in the United States.
Jose Rodriguez and Pablo Gonzalez gave an exclusive interview to CoinTelegraph and told about the development of Mexican market.
American real estate mogul and presidential hopeful Donald Trump has announced his intentions to impound all remittance payments derived from “illegal wages” and increase fees on all temporary visas issued to Mexican CEOs and diplomats.
CT spoke with Jose Rodriguez, the VP of payments at Bitso, a Mexican based that Bitcoin exchange, payment processor and Ripple Gateway, on the country’s cryptocurrency prospects and whether BBVA is the most bitcoin-friendly bank.
The World Cup is now underway in Brazil and one organization is using the global appeal of the game, demonstrating how simple Bitcoin technology can be for users.
It is not a secret that because of banning activities and prohibitions issued by officials and central banks local companies gain the required momentum for development.
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