In recent weeks, reports that Mexico has banned bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, in general, have surfaced, leading many investors to worry about the future of the crypto market in the region. Bitso: Mexico Stunted Bitcoin Industry’s Growth – But Hasn’t Banned Crypto Altogether According to Bitso, while the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) published new rules to govern cryptocurrencies and it could certainly stagnate the growth of the industry, it does not stop the operations of crypto exchanges. Banxico publicó nuevas reglas, representan un estancamiento para el sector pero no detienen nuestra

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