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Nimiq Podcast Episode 5: Overview On Central American Crypto-Related Regulation

Welcome to episode 05 of the "Easy Crypto" Podcast Series by Nimiq. In this episode we'll be discussing the regulatory landscape for cryptocurrencies in Central America. Joining us for this informative discussion are two experts from Team Nimiq: Mauricio Lara, legal advisor, and Adrian Garcia, Biz Dev, and Advisor for Latin America Crypto Adoption efforts.

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  • by Mauricio Lara
  •  & Adrian García



Throughout the episode, Mauricio and Adrian will delve into the current state of cryptocurrency regulation in Central America, including the legal frameworks and guidelines set by the respective governments. They'll also share their insights on the challenges and opportunities for cryptocurrency adoption in the region. This podcast is perfect for anyone interested in the regulatory aspects of cryptocurrency in Central America and wants to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in this field. Tune in and join us for this insightful conversation on "An Overview on Central American Crypto-Related Regulation."


  • 00:00 - 00:29 Intro
  • 00:29 - 04:07 How crypto users from Latinamerica are different from users from other parts of the world
  • 04:07 - 07:18 The importance of early adopters for Crypto.
  • 07:18 - 17:31 Comparing the use of crypto in Latin America with Europe and other countries.
  • 17:31 - 26:18 Why Education is Vital for Regulation
  • 26:18 - 26:57 Outro


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