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Sounds good but am taking the figures with a pinch of salt considering the report was commissioned by Paxos who are involved in stablecoins. I'd be interested to see where they got the following data from: "The report also cited data from Mastercard, unveiling that over 33% of Latin American consumers have used stablecoins for everyday purchases."
Sounds good but am taking the figures with a pinch of salt considering the report was commissioned by Paxos who are involved in stablecoins. I'd be interested to see where they got the following data from: "The report also cited data from Mastercard, unveiling that over 33% of Latin American consumers have used stablecoins for everyday purchases."
"Latin Americans already see dollar-backed stablecoins as more secure than their own currencies, according to a new study."
"Latin Americans already see dollar-backed stablecoins as more secure than their own currencies, according to a new study."
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