Growing up, I’ve watched family pay high fees to MoneyGram or WesternUnion in order to send money home to Mexico plus it would take ridiculously long. I would imagine people with less money than us having to pay the same fees or more to also send money home. In a global 2016, we need to … More What blockchain means for Hispanics
I’m really excited about this particular post because it brings me feelings of nostalgia from home as I relish on its digital potential. As a teenager, I loved the idea of a tanda because it wasn’t limited to age or another qualification that’s usually needed at banks. I find this decentralization trait to be a common … More What’s a tanda?