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I recently read this news in Spanish, it was an interview conducted by the she journalist Carelin García .
In the interview, several topics related to bitcoin were touched upon, within those points of view I very much agree with him when he refers to the technological infrastructure that we have in Venezuela. During these 20 years of a destructive government that is not concerned with facilitating and thinking about the future, I must say that only those of us who live within Venezuela can attest to the realities of the country with respect to its technological infrastructure, in that sense I repeat I must agree with this great guru of crypto
I'll quote something that came to my attention in the interview:
Today, not enough people can access that escape. Bitcoin is not ready to help Venezuela. Venezuela is not ready for Bitcoin. It's unfortunate, right? Just as in its early days the Internet did not help any revolution or democracy... Even now it does not, but it gives people more and more opportunities to see that the world is different. I think a lot of human behavior starts when you see that you have a choice. Just knowing that another option exists is very liberating. Spanish link
I propose something that is not usual and I must be contrary because many people who do not live in Venezuela do not know what goes on inside, they often believe and become Venezuelan experts, that is, they believe they are experts in Venezuelan matters.
"But they're all so far removed from reality." - that's my opinion.
It seems contradictory but Venezuela is one of the countries in the world where Bitcoin is most used. In fact Venezuela is in first place in Latin America doing exchange using the LocalBitcoins platform
Additionally also in other opportunities Venezuela climbs to second place in BTC's world trade through Localbitcoins
We have managed to find and adopt cryptos in the best way in this regard Bitcoin, but also others that follow them, Andreas raises something that is true the mobility of Bitcoin is mostly used to send remittances to Venezuelans by relatives outside from Venezuela. So I wonder, is BItcoin not being used?
In one way or another of course it is being used, for that reason there is no doubt that Andreas gives an interpretation by saying that:
"Bitcoin is not ready to help Venezuela. Venezuela is not ready for Bitcoin."
Of course we are ready and prepared for that and I think that much more prepared than other countries that despite having a more advanced technological infrastructure than Venezuela do not know and much less handle the amount of transactions that Venezuela currently has.
Bitcoin If you are ready to help Venezuela. Venezuela If ready for Bitcoin
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