Atomico3, the first token backed by Lithium to be created in Argentina

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According to Pablo Rutigliano, the new Argentinian stablecoin “Atomico3, backed by Lithium and with the support from deputies, could be an even better alternative than Bitcoin

The Argentine Chamber announced the creation of a cryptocurrency linked to Lithium produced in the country. The initiative is a pioneer and legitimate cryptocurrency technology in a territory that until a few days ago warned of the risks of Bitcoin.

Applications of Lithium in the industry make this one of the most important minerals of the local economy today. With it, it is possible to create batteries for cars, cell phones, pacemakers, and computers, for example.

In addition, metal parts from the space and automobile industry also resort to what they call “white gold”. Even psychiatry studies the effects of the mineral in combating depression, with lithium-ion.

In the South America region, Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia are some of the main countries to explore Lithium, which is considered rare.

Argentine Lithium Chamber to create stablecoin to trade mineral

atomico3 backed by lithium

According to Pablo Rutigliano, president of the Argentine Chamber of Lithium and creator of the project, electromobility is totally linked to the Lithium industry. Considered white gold by countries that produce it, its main buyer is China, which buys tons monthly.

The Argentina Lithium Chamber even works with deputies to make this a “Strategic Mineral”, which is the fourth largest producer in the world. To further improve the sector, it was announced the creation of a lithium stablecoin, a cryptocurrency created in Argentina and based on the mineral, which could “even end Bitcoin”, according to its creators.

As Latin America is one of the most lithium-rich regions today, Pablo intends to create a strong market, with partner countries in the industry. The lithium-backed cryptocurrency would be one of the association’s solutions and will be called Atomico3.

As China practically dictates the price of the mineral on the market, the Argentine Lithium Chamber wants to take control of the international price, this cryptocurrency being important for the feat.

The cryptocurrency may be purchased initially with Argentine peso or US dollar. In the future, its creators imagine being able to buy physical assets with it, such as an electric car, for example.

For Pablo Rutigliano, cryptocurrency could even end Bitcoin

In recent days, the Central Bank of Argentina has issued an alert against Bitcoin in the country.  In a statement, the official said that digital currency is a risky asset, and the local population should move away from the market.

According to Pablo Rutigliano, the new Argentinian stablecoin “Atomico3, which comes with support from deputies, could be an even better alternative than Bitcoin. 
For the President of the institution that will create this stablecoin, the future belongs to cryptocurrencies backed by physical assets.


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