Crypto News From the Spanish-Speaking World: Nov. 10–16 in Review
Joeri Cant's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 47%
In this week's news from the Spanish-speaking world, a Venezuelan official claims that all currencies will be replaced by cryptocurrencies, the Argentinian chief of the Banking Association criticizes fintech and crypto, and Spain offers prepaid visa card to teenagers that they can reload with crypto. Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph en Español. "Currencies will be replaced by crypto," says Venezuelan officialThe Deputy of the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela, Francisco Torrealba, said in an interview on national channel Globovisión that in the future all existing currencies will be replaced by cryptocurrencies.
Given the Venezuelan government's history of not delivering on promises related to the Petro, Cointelegraph advises readers to approach news on the subject with skepticism. Argentinian Banking Association's chief blasts fintech and cryptocurrenciesOn Nov. 11, Cointelegraph en Español reported that Sergio Palazzo, the head of the Argentinian Banking Association, expressed harsh criticism against fintech and cryptocurrencies.
Spain: Bitsa offers a prepaid Visa card for teenagers that recharges with cryptoBitsa Young is a new prepaid Visa card that is rechargeable with crypto and is being offered to Spanish teenagers between 14 and 17 years old. The Bitsa prepaid card gives the teenagers a multitude of options, without being associated with a bank account.
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