A Colombia-based startup developed an app that would allow Venezuelans to engage in electronic transactions in dollars without having a bank account in the U.S. Too good to be true?
Want a peek at the future of how the government wants to control your financial life? Talk to your grandma, who’s now receiving her pension in phantasmagoric petros, with no obvious way to turn them back into bolivars.
What happens when you throw a Carlos in Caracas and ask him to pay for a taxi? Chaos, delays, inconveniences, slow data service and everything else caraqueños know to be true, with the extra paranoia that out-of-towners rightfully feel.
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Here you go, the first post from our special coverage for #AutogolChron. In Guayana, we’re trying to enjoy the World Cup, but it’s not like before. Not at all.
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