Categoría: Mexico

Huobi Partners With Astropay to Facilitate Fiat Payments in Latam

Huobi Global, one of the biggest exchanges in volumes traded, has announced a partnership to make it easier for its Latam-based customers to acquire cryptocurrencies. The exchange has allied with Astropay, a payment services platform, to allow customers in Latam to......

Moody's States La inflación está afectando la recuperación económica en parte de Latam

Moody’s, the asset quality rating agency, has warned the high rate of inflation that some countries are facing in Latam will affect the economic recovery in the region. Brasil, Chile, and Mexico are said to be the countries more affected by......

Senadora Indira Kempis propone proyecto de ley para legalizar Bitcoin en México

Indira Kempis, senator of the Mexican Congress, has proposed a bill that would make bitcoin legal tender in the country. The bill bases its action on the hardships that Mexican citizens are facing went trying to access financial products and education.......

Aplicación de entregas Rappi lanza proyecto piloto para aceptar criptopagos en México

Rappi, one of the biggest delivery companies in Latam, has launched a pilot project with the objective of accepting cryptocurrencies as a payment method. Users will be able to buy Rappi credits with cryptocurrency to spend later on various services offered......

Coinbase to Allow Remittance Receivers in Mexico to Cash Out in Local Currency

base de monedas, a leading U.S.-based exchange, has announced it will now allow remittance receivers in Mexico to cash out the funds received through its service in local currency. This marks the first foray of the company into the Mexican remittance business, allowing......

Mexico’s Third Richest Man Advises Buy Bitcoin Now — Says US Looking Increasingly Like Third World Country

Mexicos third-richest billionaire, Ricardo Salinas Pliego, has advised investors tobuy bitcoin right now.He explained that the U.S. es “looking more and more like any other irresponsible third world country.Ricardo Salinas Pliego on US Economy and Bitcoin Mexican billionaire......

President of Mexico Denies Having Interest in Adopting Bitcoin as Legal Tender

The President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, denied having any interest in adopting cryptocurrencies as legal tender in the country. The statements, offered in a press conference in the National Palace this week, also confirmed that the Mexican government will......