RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A few weeks after Argentine deputy José Luis Ramón announced the sending of a bill to Congress to allow the payment of salaries in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, the topic once again emerged in the country's political arena, this time by its president who stated that this class of assets could help control inflation.
During an interview on Wednesday, August 11, Argentine president Alberto Fernandéz disclosed his opinion on how cryptocurrencies may assist the country's economy, particularly in relation to controlling high inflation experienced in Argentina.
"The advantage of using cryptocurrencies is . . .