Why the Crypto Trade in Indonesia Is Set to Leapfrog Competing Markets – Interview Bitcoin Information
With over 270 million people, Indonesia is the fourth-most populous country in the world and its economy is one of the largest markets in Asia. It also has a large unbanked population, a receptive regulatory environment and additional factors making it stand out for crypto adoption. In the latest episode of the News Podcast we talk to a local expert that explains all about the Indonesian crypto community.
David is the CEO of the Indonesia-based research platform, Republic of Rupiah. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the local crypto market:
Among the topics discussed in this episode are the importance of crypto education, people making a living from play-to-earn blockchain games, the growing crypto industry in Indonesia and much more.
Republic of Rupiah is an Indonesia-based research platform, designed to help investors understand and navigate the world of general finance, with a focus on crypto assets. This is done through community, research, and education.
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