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What has been the most relevant in Argentina’s crypto ecosystem in 2021? By CoinTelegraph

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The year 2021 has been very important due to the growth in the crypto world. And Argentina has not been exempt from the enormous movement that blockchain technology and crypto assets have generated. We invite you to see this review of what was lived in the ecosystem.

January – Calm before the storm: There are achievements that make us feel proud of our nationality, moments when a single voice comes together to celebrate the winning goal, win an international competition, or in this case, see how a team of Argentine businessmen are able to expand their business idea to markets that are on the other side of the pond. Through the alliance of G&L Group and Infosis, the first month of the year gave Argentines the ability to celebrate that a company was able to achieve the certification of technology linked to R&D and Blockchain in the European Union, allowing The clients of this service could optimize the management of raw materials, logistics, stock, among other means linked to the supply chain.

Cryptocurrencies for their part, were preparing to occupy broader spaces within the thought of national culture, because savers and investors were faced with the problem of the constant devaluation of the currency, restrictions and prohibitions for the acquisition of dollars, in addition to the excessive tax burden and legal uncertainty. This would be an element present during all months of the year. All these circumstances became the perfect storm to put aside the proposals that were offered by the Central Bank regarding the peso, oriented instead to think alternatives such as the stable cryptocurrency DAI for the financial activity of the country, pointing out the leader of the community of cryptocurrency for Latin America, Mariano Di Pietrantonio:

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