Crypto
News Article
What are Bitso’s plans now that it has been named Latin America’s first crypto unicorn?
Bitso
News Article
Bitso raised US$250 Million to become Latin America’s first crypto unicorn
Bitcoin Mexico
News Article
Discover the reasons that have led Mexico to becoming the sixth largest cryptocurrency-adopting country in the world
BMV, Reforma, Mexico City
Roundtable
José-Oriol Bosch
José-Oriol Bosch
CEO
BMV Group

Fintech can become a provider of technology to the sector, including to stock exchanges. The important thing is to first have a strong primary legislation, which was already published. I think this will allow fintech companies to grow in an orderly and uniform way, so no incident happens that may smear the name of the rest of the industry. The aim of the fintech regulation is to add value. Fintech sounds very nice but obtaining the financing for it is not so simple, so we have been talking with those companies that want to obtain funding to grow through the BMV. We are having the same conversation with various sectors which do not have access to financing or that find it difficult to find it. One such sector is Sofomes in Mexico. We have an agreement with ASOFOM and we have been able to help many Sofomes, small and large alike, to access funding through the BMV in the capital and debt markets.

The challenge that authorities and the financial ecosystem face is finding an adequate balance that protects consumers and encourages innovation.
Daniel Vogel
View from the Top
Daniel Vogel
CEO
Bitso
Bitso, founded in 2014, is a Mexican online platform for the exchange of digital currencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin
Daniel Vogel
Insight
Daniel Vogel
Co-Founder and President
Bitso
In 2014, in a good month, the number of bitcoin transactions on exchange platform Bitso amounted to MX$4 million.
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