Bitcoin transactions in El Salvador down 89%

Bitcoin transactions in El Salvador down 89%

Bitcoin was officially adopted as legal tender in El Salvador in September of this year. Since then, there have been positive reports from the country for the adoption of bitcoin. Reports noted that with over 3 million Chivo wallet downloads, there are more Salvadorans with bitcoin wallets than traditional bank accounts.

Bitcoin adoption in El Salvador is also on the rise for cross-border remittances and local payments. According to Alexander von Frankenberg, CEO and founder of High Tech Founder Fund, who visited the country some time ago, people are actually using bitcoin as many places have accepted cryptocurrency.

There are however some concerns as well. which have been raised. According to some, including the well-known analyst and critic of El Salvador's choices, CryptoWhale, bitcoin transactions in El Salvador have fallen by 89% since the cryptocurrency was made legal tender. Using this metric, he states that it is clear that people do not want to use bitcoin due to the high costs and time-consuming transaction fees.

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El Salvador's adoption of bitcoin as legal tender has also given greater conviction to other countries that are considering the move. Countries like Panama, Cuba and Ukraine have already made great strides to follow El Salvador's example. Many other countries are also seriously considering regulating cryptocurrency in a more friendly way so as not to be left out.

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