More than 2 million residents in El Salvador have registered to receive bitcoins

According to the figures shared by Bukele, which cover between September 7 and 25, 14,567 transactions are made per day and 199 ATMs remain active to buy the cryptocurrency or exchange bitcoin for US dollars in cash.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More than 2 million Salvadorans have downloaded a government digital wallet and registered to receive a bitcoin bonus, according to figures shared Monday (27) by President Nayib Bukele.

The president published on his Twitter account a table with different figures that show that the so-called "Chivo Wallet" has 2,255,936 "total users". However, a graph shows that "registered users" are around 2.5 million.

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