As much as I want to be out there marketing Bitcoin Cash, onboarding new users, merchants and the whole thing, we’re just not ready. We need a solid foundation to onboard them to.
BCH Latam initiated operations on 1 Mar 2020 and we made some progress. However, due to the coronavirus situation, we had to reduce operations mid-Month. As of 31 Mar 2020, we suspended all operations. At this time, we recognize the need to pivot to an exclusively digital strategy. However, I, George Donnelly, am the only […]
The Bitcoin Cash Latam team, principally Gabriel, Sebastian, Jose and myself, are thrilled to report we are beginning operations this week. Thank you to those who have bought our PAN tokens and enabled us to raise 41.2 BCH so far.
We, the Panmoni-BCH Latam team, have received a lot of support and attention lately. Thank you everyone. It means a lot to us. Here are some updates.
We are Bitcoin Cash Latam. We have a long-term vision and detailed plan to grow Bitcoin Cash awareness and use in Latin America through a bowling pin strategy of merchant adoption, remittances, B2B buying, international trade and more.
We at Panmoni-BCHLatam are building a Bitcoin Cash wallet to serve our business plan in Latin America. We’d like to do it in partnership with one or more current wallet projects in the Bitcoin Cash community.
The focus right now is on funding software developers. But what about business? Bear with me a sec while we flip this puppy around 180 degrees.
A new Bitcoin-Cash-accepting merchant is signed, photos on Twitter, listing on Marco Coino, bam, #WINNING, am I right? Sorry, no. After 2 years of doing crypto mass adoption in Latin America, I have seen this situation repeated so many times it gives me a migraine.
I’ve gotten this question a few times and it is probably best I address it in public once and for all. Comments will be open for a short time so that those who do not share my narrative may leave theirs. I created and operated a very successful proposal in the Dash treasury system for […]
We need more people around here. Sure, Bitcoin Cash runs on code. We need quality code that creates the right financial incentives and makes the game theory work. And hashrate. But then what? We need people. That peer to peer thing in the whitepaper means person to person, after all.