Since El Salvador’s announcement to make Bitcoin legal tender, politicians in Latin America have been active in showing support to this new economy, one that will make Latin America a hub for crypto innovation.
A couple of months ago Bitso finished their round C investment raising $250 million, becoming the first crypto unicorn startup in Latin America. As one of the biggest exchanges in Latin America, with a 95% market share in Mexico and 60% in Argentina, it is not surprising to see the growth of Bitso in the last couple of years. However, the most interesting part of Bitso is its partnership with one of the most controversial cryptocurrencies of the decade.
Did you know that you are not required to hold a social security to invest, hold, and sell Bitcoin? Despite the fact that Bitcoin is a decentralized, peer-to-peer electronic cash system, many people still rely on major exchanges like Coinbase that act as a middleman for the purchase and sale of cryptocurrency. There are, however, […]