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Bitcoin adoption within the international remittance market is starting to show its first real signs of life. According to the founder and CTO of BloomSolutions, Luis Buenaventura, bitcoin powered remittances now account for 20% of the Asian remittance corridor between South Korea and the Philippines. “$35-40M a year is bitcoin, probably more than that,” he told BNC during an interview. According to the world bank, US$215 million passed through the corridor last year.


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