Organizer 1: Gabriela Melendrez, Bitblock
Speaker 1: Gabriela Melendrez, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Speaker 2: Cintia Melendrez, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Speaker 3: Ximena Melendrez Alaro, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Panel - 60 Min
It is expected that the interventions are given with the figures shown in relation to economic loss by not accepting this form of payment
Although the team has only one person, it presents a team that collaborated in the study, teachers, members of the Asoblockchain and Bitboli community. Because it is a Bolivian community if it has open channels between different communities, such as Venezuela, Colombia and Chile.
First, the basic explanation of Blockchain is given, continuing with the explanation of the most relevant example of this technology, making known the most relevant cryptocurrencies, giving an introduction of the economic impact it shows in countries that accept their circulation, continuing with reference to countries who forbade it, focusing on Bolivia from the approach that was proposed. Standard without penalty. You can not prohibit what you can not control.
Comment on how much is lost with a rule to something that does not benefit a state, causes controversy to arise among the attending members, including disagreements and agreements to whether or not it is lost, with the fact of not accepting cryptocurrencies.
The subject refers to the relevance of cryptocurrencies in microentrepreneurs, in states that prohibit their use.
Teaching platforms are known as schoology, moodle and piktochart. to have a more specific and accurate relationship.
Reference Document: https://www.facebook.com/AsoBlockchainBolivia/