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Interest in Bitcoin is surging in Latin America in a new era market by strained relations with the US president Donald Trump.
Bitcoin stands to gain as Trump creates problems with Mexico, Muslims, China, India, Iran and others. The future is looking brighter for Bitcoin, the digital gold, and Blockchain now as the end of the U.S. dollar as a reserve currency is closer.
Western Union shares have plunged following the Mexican president’s cancellation of a meeting with Donald Trump, underscoring the need for less nationally vulnerable payment systems like Bitcoin.
Bitcoin keeps transforming lives and economic activities around the globe on a diurnal basis.
Currently, you can't go far with Bitcoin in Mexico. But a group made of IT experts, consultants and software developers want to change it.
Bitcoin could soon come to the rescue of millions of Mexicans if Trump’s proposed crackdown on remittances becomes law. Digital currency exchanges in Mexico are thriving and ever-increasing trade being witnessed.
Citi’s new digital wallet will compete directly with PayPal, Apple Pay and others to provide online, in-app and in-store payment needs.
The victory of Donald Trump throws the global economy and world financial markets into turmoil. The price of bitcoin has surpassed US$731 and is presumed to reach a multi-month high at $745.
The government of Mexico is preparing for a potential economic fallout if Donald Trump is elected president in the US, indicating that the country needs a less politically-reliant currency, like Bitcoin.
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.
Donald Trump promises to severely limit across-the-border money transfers, Bitcoin exchanges offer help to millions of illegal aliens.
Faced with a rapidly devaluing peso, the Mexican central bank has hiked rates, possibly triggering a slumping economy. Using Bitcoin allows citizens of Mexico to avoid their current currency troubles.
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.
Mexican drug cartels generate a lot of profit in the USA, which is one of their main markets. How is this money transferred back to Mexico?
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