Argentina's cashless king targets Latin America's unbanked millions


With respect to what you are pointing out? NO! It is more or less the same thing.

But when I was posting, I had something a bit different in mind. I was thinking back to the time when bank deposits and life savings were wiped in conjunction with the crisis of 2001.

I can't think of a time or an example when the US govt did something similar to it's people. (I am not sure the great depression of the 1930's qualifies.)
It do the subsequent recessions


Right on!

But, it's not the banks to distrust, it's the government that regulates the banks and their activity.

A minor detail, I know, but technically, it's the Argentine Federal Government that can't be trusted.
Is there any government anywhere on the face of this earth that can be trusted?