The measure permits local artists to produce nonfungible tokens (NFT) to advance monetary and cultural inclusiveness.
The new Stablecoin
The Argentine province (1) of San Luis enacted a law permitting the creation of its stablecoin tied to the dollar. The "Activo Digital San LuisProvincero" token, which will be made available to all province residents over 18, is entirely secured by the government's liquid financial asset. The province is permitted to issue the stablecoin up the province's yearly budget under the bill's terms. It also allows for the transfer of assets between parties. However, it is unclear which chain will be utilized in these transactions. A region in San Luis has a population of over 430,000.
The stablecoin issuance is just one of the programs outlined in the bill titled "Financial Innovation for Investment and Social Economic Development," which seeks to use blockchain technology to advance development across several province-wide industries, including generating value and enhancing auditing processes.
What will this measure change?
The measure permits regional artists to issue nonfungible tokens (NFTs) in addition to the stablecoin to foster financial and cultural inclusiveness. As per the bill, Local artists will have the chance to digitize their work and have it placed on the digital market through an internal online portal for purchase and sale through "The SAN LUIS ART DIGITAL ASSETS," which will be art collections from the Province. NFT (technology) will be employed for the thProvincetion of these collections, producing the creator or owner of the digital asset ownership and authenticity of this piece of digital art.
In Argentina, where two-digit inflation has driven business and governmental endeavors into cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, a difficult economic environment is pushing crypto adoption. FocusEconomics experts predict that Argentina's inflation will reach 73.5% by year's end. Over 30% of Argentine customers use stablecoins for regular purchases, most likely for minor retail transactions, according to a Chainalysis analysis. (2)