Argentina Province Neuquén Creates First-Ever Crypto Investment Club


Ever since Bitcoin came into existence, its growth has been extremely volatile. Many crypto holders at the time were in the bear market for over 2 years, before Bitcoin reached its all-time high. Now many fanatics around the world are following cryptocurrencies and the technology behind it.

Neuquén, the capital city of Argentine, has recently announced its newest Crypto Investment Club, which helps to educate consumers on cryptos and blockchain technology, while keeping up with related news.

Founder of Blockchain Argentina, Jesus Chitty, has expressed increased excitement and passion for blockchain technology. He supposedly “started with this [Bitcoin] as a simple way of transferring funds”.

An individual of the Bitcoin Club and founder of the Bitcoin Neuquén website, Julian Mauro, says that,

“the club consists of members of varying ages, primarily that of the “youngsters”. Like Chitty, Mauro trusts that the entire club is filled with “bitcoiners” who “are in love of this technology because it gives you more freedom, no banks or governments in the middle.”

Clearly, the desire for regaining control that should belong to the users from the start is the key principle that many crypto fanatics are holding onto.

As for the presence of cryptos in Argentina, it is believed that many trading exchanges have been established that support five main coins including Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Bitcoin Cash [BCH], Ripple [XRP] and Litecoin [LTC].

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