In this edition of Latam Insights, significant developments from Latin America's crypto landscape include Paraguay's decision to increase power fees for Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) mining, potentially impacting operations, as companies consider halting activities due to higher costs.

Meanwhile, Bolivia's Central Bank has shifted its stance on cryptocurrencies, recognising their potential benefits for commercial transactions and highlighting stablecoins like USDT (CRYPTO:USDT) as viable alternatives to the US dollar for users lacking direct access.

Additionally, Mexican startup Kavak has ventured into Brazil's market by issuing nearly $1 million in tokenised debt through Liqi, aiming to expand its used car business with a focus on liquidity and growth.

These moves reflect ongoing dynamism and regulatory shifts in the region's crypto and financial sectors.