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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.
Uber, a US$68 billion transportation network and technology company, launched its signature debit card network in Latin America, in cooperation with fintech bank Bankaool.
Bitcoin has all the potential to enhance economic opportunities in Bolivia as the fastest-growing South American economy.
The Argentinian government blocked credit card companies from dealing with Uber, causing the ridesharing company’s national branch to use Bitcoin instead.
In the last week of January, Argentina-based operator enBitcoins expanded its services to Mexico
Recently, Argentina-based payment operator enBitcoins expanded its services to Colombia and has plans for Mexico and Latin America.
Jose Rodriguez and Pablo Gonzalez gave an exclusive interview to CoinTelegraph and told about the development of Mexican market.
Leading global bitcoin payment processor BitPay has published a half year report on bitcoin which covers growth of merchants, transactions, volume, etc.
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.
Bitpay has released figures showing a huge spike in transactions in Latin America, surging from 638 in February all the way up to 3,509 monthly in June 2015.
Bitcoin exchange ItBit opened its doors on Thursday to US customers, BitPagos announced a partnership with e-commerce solutions provider Entrepids, and more news.
In response to a lengthy NY Times article, the Casa Rosada’s Community Manager posted on the @CasaRosadaAR Twitter account what would soon echo throughout social networks: “Apparently bitcoin is disrupting our economy now (?)”
Bitt, the Caribbean's first bitcoin exchange company, is looking to tap the region’s potential for remittances and banking services by providing faster and cheaper payments using bitcoin.
Latin American Social Networking Giant Taringa! has started Taringa! Creadores a revenue sharing program to start paying its users bitcoin for their content contributions.
Innovative technology is driving increasing interest in cryptocurrency and could allow Brazilian tech startups to leap frog other nations in the digital currency space.
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