Bitcoin Faces Barriers To Growth In Baja California

Playas De Tijuana

Art on a boardwalk in Playas de Tijuana.

Baja California has become known for certain things in recent years and decades. For one, deportees. Including veterans of the United States army who were deported from the United States. Another thing Baja is known for is craft beer, with numerous beer fests taking place all over the stated. I wrote another piece recently about how US-based Uber drivers wanted nothing to do with traveling to Mexico, underscoring how many people in the US feel about Mexico. One thing Baja has not exactly been known for is its tech.

Baja California is the northernmost and westernmost of the 31 states in Mexico. The country became a state in 1953 and borders today the Pacific Ocean, Sonora, California, and Arizona. With a population of approximately 3 million, Baja California is much more populated than Baja California Sur to the south, with a density similar to that of San Diego County, which it borders at Tijuana. The populations are mainly based in Mexicali, Ensenada and Tijuana.

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