CityWallet is a micropayments startup that uses blockchain technology to register transactions. In the market for just eight months, the product already has 10,000 users in Venezuela.
In this podcast, Atilana Piñón, cofundadora, discusses the company’s strategy, the challenges of launching a startup in a country with hyperinflation and an exodus of talent, and what the next steps are for CityWallet.
The podcast is part of our May 2018 special series on Blockchain
This podcast is in Spanish. You can switch over to the Spanish version of this site to read the transcript here, or read our news story in English here.
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