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President of Argentina Considers Adopting Cryptocurrency as Legal Tender

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President of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez, has revealed in an interview that he is willing to adopt cryptocurrencies as legal tender in his country. Fernandez, who admitted that there is a constant discussion around the importance and use of cryptocurrencies, which is not limited to his own country Argentina alone, but all over the entire world, acknowledged that the topic is one that must be handled and treated carefully as he is personally not well knowledgeable in the world of cryptocurrencies.

When Leiva probed further and asked if the President’s administration could follow in El Salvador’s footsteps by adopting a cryptocurrency as legal tender or issuing a central bank digital currency, Fernandez said everything is possible. The president went further to analyze how dicey the situation is with cryptocurrencies stating the obvious advantage they possess in that they nullify inflation. But he was also quick to acknowledge the insecurity it will bring, having confirmed how big scams have been done in the past using cryptocurrencies. 

President Fernandez admits it is difficult to touch and concluded that the country should not say no to the use of cryptocurrencies because it could bring important solutions to the persistent inflation problem, being a somewhat “hard” currency compared to its fiat counterparts.

Miguel said that it would be prejudicial to the system if the money coming from cryptocurrencies were allowed to mix with the funds coming from the traditional exchange market.



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