According to a recent survey by the Salvadoran Chamber of Commerce, companies in El Salvador have been slow to adopt (BTC) since the country recognized the digital asset as legal tender in September 2021.
Of the 337 companies surveyed between January 15 and February 9, only 14% said they had transacted in BTC since the Bitcoin law went into effect. More than 90% of companies indicated that Bitcoin adoption in the country has had little impact on their sales.
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