To test new businesses that are not protected by current regulation, the company Amero-Isatek will have physical spaces, called exchanges, to buy and sell bitcoins in eight cities in Mexico. Under the sandbox regulatory scheme, to test new businesses that are not protected by current regulations, the company will have physical spaces, called exchanges, to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, without resorting to the Internet.
The objective is to count from June and throughout 2019, with spaces in Mazatlan, Sinaloa; Merida Yucatan; Querétaro, Querétaro; Cancun Quintana Roo; Mexico City; Monterrey, Nuevo León; Guadalajara, Jalisco, and Los Cabos, Baja California Sur. Today there are no physical exchanges in Mexico and the company Amero-Isatek is going to open them. A physical exchange is like a house of exchange, where you can physically go to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, without the Internet. Currently, there is only one exchange operating in Monterrey called GTM.
Amero-Isatek is in the process of purchasing two companies in Estonia, "Invest Factory" and "Global XVC", both created for cryptocurrency management. These companies are licensed to buy or sell in any type of cryptocurrency, any currency in the world can be fiduciary money, by cryptocurrency and, within it, you can buy with any currency in the world and each exchange will choose which crypto will handle.
"It is the guarantee for our investors, that whatever happens in Mexico with the Fintech law, with the provisions of Banxico, we will be able to operate in a legal way at a global level with a financial base from there. If the Fintech law becomes friendly also in Mexico, we will be constituted at the time as Fintech and with financial operations ", concluded Alfonso Jiménez, the director of the firm Amero-Isatek.