Argentinian Organic Farmers Reach out to Bitcoin for Help

Argentinian Organic Farmers Reach out to Bitcoin for Help

Nubis Bruno, an Argentinian web developer, has designed a way to help organic farmers in his country sell their goods online using Bitcoin. Farmers in the Buenos Aires, the capital, struggle to sell their products in the cities markets. The alliance between Nubis Bruno and Santiago Zaz is changing this for the better. Bruno is a Bitcoin entrepreneur and co-founder of a Bitcoin exchange in Buenos Aires. “We became friends when I rented an apartment from him, and a few months ago Santiago told me that he was ... selling organic vegetables in Buenos Aires area, and ... he was selling also....


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