I get that nobody wants ARS I was referring more to the fact that a few months back, first the way to upload money to Binance via Silvergate Bank disappeared, then the Euro area transfer mechanism was taken away, and finally I believe the credit card processors stopped working with Binance.There are some exchanges that allow ARS on-ramps. I mean the truth of the matter, no one wants ARS.
It works quite well to get money into the country and exchange it at a good rate to pesos.Other than for fun and just telling people to download binance and send them $10 in Doge or whatever, is there actually any utility here for it? Can I use it to buy things on Mercado Libre?
That is true. You do not want to make multiple small transactions with USDC. I usually make just one transaction per month.Is it just me or does USDC seem like a not very useful way to move money? I have been playing around with it sending money to different wallets I open up (small amounts) and there are huge fees.
It's available on eth and sol. The eth version is an erc20 token and sol is a spl token. You can swap SOL for USDC in your phantom wallet, or you can buy USDC with SPL withdrawals from FTX exchange.Isn’t USDC an eth coin? I have a Solana phantom.app wallet (nice ui!) but I thought it only takes Solana based coins. On Coinbase i can buy USDc but only eth based.