In Uruguay, they offer to buy houses through cryptocurrencies and discount to Argentineans

They seek "to be at the forefront" to offer their customers "an agile and convenient means of payment". Besides, in the case of Argentines, it allows them to overcome exchange difficulties.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguayan Santiago Panissa construction company started operations a year ago and launched a disruptive product in March. The company presented the possibility for investors and buyers to finance projects through digital currencies under the direct exchange with the company from the client's wallet.

One of the primary target audiences is Argentine buyers or investors, said Santiago Panissa, owner of the company, in a conversation with Bloomberg Linea. The businessman . . .

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