How often do you buy “technology”? Just get a phone and a MacBook etc in the US and fly down here. Buenos Aires is an incredibly vibrant city with great food and culture for a fraction of the cost you’d pay elsewhere. It’s not perfect and there are issues but it’s a good deal over all. The whole idea is the experience. Otherwise just move to Vermont get the 10k and live a quiet and secure life. Maybe one day when I turn 60, not in my 30s.Most people I know do not find Buenos Aires/Argentina attractive from a digital nomad perspective. The new visa designation doesn't solve any of the problems. Chief complaints I hear are: cost of flights, lack of functional banking, expense of technology (it is called "digital nomad" yet technology costs 50% more here than US), and a few others.
Argentina needs to keep in mind that pretty much every other second/third tier country is playing the same game. They all have lost foreigners and are crafting packages to attract them back. I just read how easy Barbados makes it for people to stay one year. More direct competitors like Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia and Ecuador are all developing their own packages to win the digital nomad competition.