Argentina is the only country in Latin America that has its own version of Bitcoin.
This unique currency, known as Argentine Peso, has been circulating since 2011.
It’s based on the Latin American peso, and has a rate of 2.15 pesos (about US$0.23).
But this is not the first time Bitcoin has found a home in Argentina.
In the early days of the digital currency, it was used to buy food in the country, which was then dubbed “The Bitcoin Revolution”.
The currency has since been adopted by police and health services.
And in February, the Argentine government began allowing residents to exchange Bitcoin for other cryptocurrencies.
It’s a strange story to be told.
Argentina is one of the few countries in the world where the national currency is not regulated.
This means it has no central bank and no central clearinghouse to manage the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which is a feature that other countries with strict currency controls are increasingly embracing.
“I think it’s an amazing development, and I think it shows that Argentina has been able to find a way to bring it to a broader market and get it to the mainstream,” said David Luria, head of the Center for the Study of Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Buenos Aires.
According to the USGS, the country’s GDP in 2015 was around $9.9 billion.
The country has an inflation rate of 5.7 percent, and an unemployment rate of around 12 percent.
“In Argentina, there are many other currencies that are available for use that are not necessarily backed by a central bank,” said Luria.
“In this case, Bitcoin seems to be an extremely good choice.”
This isn’t the first Bitcoin-based currency to be adopted in Argentina, but it’s one that is gaining popularity.
The currency is being used in Argentina’s healthcare sector.
The government recently announced a program to allow people to exchange their pesos for Bitcoin, and it’s also used to pay for services in the city of Buenos Técnico.
Argentina’s currency is still controlled by the countrys central bank, which has a monopoly on the currency, but the country has recently started to allow some exchanges to operate.
Argentina has also opened a digital currency exchange that accepts the currency for online purchases.
According the Argentine Finance Ministry, Argentina’s peso has increased by 6 percent since 2011, and its exchange rate is now 1.16 pesos.
The peso is not only used as a currency in Argentina and in other parts of the world.
It is also a payment method in Brazil and Colombia, and is often used as an alternative to American dollars.
But it’s not the only currency that’s finding its way to the Argentine market.
Argentina also has a very large Bitcoin community, and that’s a big advantage.
Luria says that Argentina is also very active in the Bitcoin community.
The Argentine Pesos are a lot more popular than other currencies, he said.
And that’s because people are using Bitcoin because it’s easier to exchange.
Bitcoin is not a new concept in Argentina; there have been many cryptocurrency exchanges in the last few years.
However, the government is allowing people to purchase Bitcoin in Argentina with Argentinian Pesos, which makes it a bit easier for Argentinians to buy things.
Argentina was one of only two countries in Latin American to allow Bitcoin use, and Luria said the country also has the most active Bitcoin community in Latin Americas.
Arriving at a Bitcoin exchange in Buenos Terencio is not an easy task.
Bitcoin is difficult to trace and hard to exchange because of the fact that there are a large number of digital currencies.
“The difficulty of doing this is that if you’re using it as a payment option, you need to get into a bank account to do it, and they’re not available in Argentina,” said Daniel Arreola, co-founder of the Argentine Bitcoin exchange, La Casa Digitalo.
“You have to be a regular person to do that, because it requires you to have an Argentinian bank account, but if you are a Bitcoin investor or a cryptocurrency enthusiast, you can do that.”
Arreola says that since its launch in 2012, the Argentinian Bitcoin exchange has grown by around 70 percent.
He says that this success is due to a number of factors.
The economy is booming and people are spending more and more on their electronic purchases.
Loria also believes that Argentinais one of a few countries that has a large Bitcoin economy.
“People in Argentina have been using it for a while, and a lot of Argentinans are now willing to give it a try,” he said, adding that Bitcoin is gaining a foothold in the Argentine economy and that the currency will soon overtake US dollars.
“It’s important that people know what Bitcoin is and what its advantages are and how it will work in Argentina