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- Cryptocurrency has been going at an immense rate over the course of 2020.
- With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing and the economic crisis that came as a result still ongoing, crypto is looking as a tasty alternative for mini all over the world.
Cryptocurrency has been going at an immense rate over the course of 2020. With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing and the economic crisis that came as a result still ongoing, crypto is looking as a tasty alternative for many all over the world.
Cuba is one such country that has been seeing a spike in its crypto activities over the course of this year. This comes as there is an absence of related regulation in the country according to senior executives at local crypto companies.
Earlier this month, the nation recorded a massive spike in Google queries relating to bitcoin which suggested an increase in crypto activity in the nation.
Speaking to CT, a local crypto exchange Bitremesas said that the platform has been slowly but surely growing over the course of this year and has seen a noticeable influx in its user activity in recent times. The creator of the exchange, Erich Garcia said “By now, the use of the service is increasing at 200% every month.”
Mario Mazzola, another founder of a different local exchange known as Qbita, said:
“Bitcoin usage and volume in Cuba is exploding right now.”
Cryptocurrency regulations in Cuba are next to none. They are completely deregulated according to local enthusiasts. Some say that they are neither legal nor illegal but the government in Cuba has favourably looked to the industry in the past.
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