This country accepts more retail crypto transactions than anywhere else in La...

This country accepts more retail crypto transactions than anywhere else in La...

Venezuela may have the most crypto volume, but this country bests all of Latin America when it comes to retail crypto transactions. A recent study showed that Latin America represents 7% of the entire global cryptocurrency economy. Out of that segment, Mexico has captured almost 11% of all retail crypto payments since July 2019.El Economista cited research by Daniel Cartolin, a development representative from the blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis, which showed that the region has received $24 million in retail crypto transactions and sent $25 million to other continents over the past....


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