Committed and at the forefront of the cause to accept bitcoin (BTC) as a legal tender in Mexico, the senator of Nuevo Leon, Indira Kempis recently presented a bill to the Congress of the Union, which represents the legislative body of the federation. An approach that aims to stimulate a national debate on the issue. The authorities and President Andres Manuel Obrador must be included in a debate, according to the member of the Mouvement Citoyen party.
Will BTC finally become a topic of national debate?
The leader’s unwavering commitment to BTC legalization in Mexico has grown stronger in recent months, where her position resonates more in public opinion. She failed to speak out many times to defend this project. This further helped to stimulate debate among the population. But more is needed to have a national debate.
For the senator, the good news is that her party, the Mouvement Citoyen, has included the issue in golden letters in its policy to protect financial inclusion. The first step towards its consideration as a matter of national interest is for the party to integrate the issue.
Recently, the senator felt that the potential for bitcoin and blockchain adoption would help foster greater financial inclusion in the country, but also reduce the social inequalities that exist there. And to say that the issue must be discussed.
“We know that the evolution of the internet is cryptocurrencies and blockchain, but we in Mexico have not even gone through this debate that should reach the legislative branch or the Mexican executive branch to know exactly what we can do .”she was sorry.
Mexico is one of the countries with the largest crypto wallet holders in the world. According to Gemini, a crypto exchange platform, in 2022 the adoption rate of crypto flagships is 22%. A result obtained after a survey of almost 30,000 adults in 20 different countries.
For the Citizens’ Movement, BTC is a tool that can promote financial inclusion and stimulate economic development. Although the national debate regarding the adoption of BTC is not sufficiently nurtured, the party has made it a leitmotif to protect financial freedom.
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Luc Jose Adjinacou
Far from dampening my enthusiasm, an unsuccessful investment in cryptocurrency in 2017 only increased my enthusiasm. So I decided to study and understand the blockchain and its many uses and share my pen knowledge related to this ecosystem.