Argentina brings positive news for cryptocurrencies.

Argentina brings positive news for cryptocurrencies.

Argentina’s Cryptocurrency News: Following El Salvador’s Path

Argentina is making headlines in the cryptocurrency markets, and it appears to be following a similar path to El Salvador. Although while El Salvador has a history of poverty, Argentina was once a prosperous country. Nonetheless, both countries have faced issues with their national currencies.

El Salvador officially adopted the United States dollar as its national currency in 2001, a process known as dollarisation. In 2021, the country made headlines again by declaring Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender. Argentina, on the other hand, has its national currency was known the Peso (ARS), which has been devalued over the years due to economic crises and currency mismanagement.

Argentina’s Troubled Currency History

The Argentine Peso has experienced whole lot of devaluation. In just 30 years, its price has dropped by 99% against the United States dollar. Given the country’s history of economic crises and currency mismanagement, it’s not surprising that Argentina is considering dollarisation, just like El Salvador.

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The Probable Impact on Cryptocurrency Markets and the Presidential Election

The outcome of Argentina’s presidential election on October 22 is critical. Leading the polls is Javier Milei, who supports dollarisation and even Bitcoin. If he wins, Argentina could not only abandon the Peso but likewise make Bitcoin (BTC) its legal tender. With a population of nearly 46 Million and a significantly higher GDP than El Salvador, the impact on the cryptocurrency markets may be significant.

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Hot Take: Argentina’s Influence on Cryptocurrency Adoption

Although while the impact on the cryptocurrency markets could be modest, the latest information of Bitcoin (BTC) becoming legal tender in Argentina could pave the way for other countries facing similar situations. As of now, only El Salvador and the Central African Republic have declared Bitcoin (BTC) legal tender. Nonetheless, countries like Turkey and Venezuela, where their national currencies are under pressure, may follow suit in the future. It remains to be seen if Argentina will take the next step and adopt Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender after dollarisation.

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