Of course, every country in the world has a different view of cryptocurrencies from the very beginning, with some states choosing a very strict policy towards them and, conversely, some very friendly ones. However, unexpected news has arrived from Argentina itself, which says that the people of this state will soon be able to buy Bitcoin in their banks. According to Bloomberg, two of the largest banks in the country will provide their clients with cryptocurrencies in their bids. This is a very important step forward in the adoption of cryptocurrencies in this state.
The country’s largest private bank, Banco Galicia, and Brubank SAU, have decided to add cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others to their offer after a survey revealed that up to 60% of Argentines would welcome easier access to digital assets through their bank. According to investment product manager Ariel Sanchez, it was precisely this data that motivated them to promote this opportunity for their clients. According to data from Chainalysis, Argentina is among the 10 countries in the world that maintain a very friendly attitude towards cryptocurrencies. Young Argentines in particular tend to protect their wealth by investing in digital assets.