The new $2,000 bill began to circulate this week and Marcos Galperin spoke of its arrival. This is what the owner of Mercado Libre said about this BCRA launch.
Through your favorite social network, Twitter, Marcos Galperínowner of Mercado Libre, took advantage of the release of the new $2,000 bill launched by the Central Bank (BCRA) earlier this week to promote the investment tools that the company provides to users, but also to hit banks by lifting.
The businessman pointed out in his tweet: “In one month, the new $2,000 bill invested in @mercadopago with immediate availability for digital payments it gives you $125 vs $0 in a savings account at a bank…I don’t know, think about it”.
Galperin’s offer to Mercado Libre users
So, he invited all Mercado Libre users to put your money in the Common Investment Fund (FCI) offered through Mercado Pago and managed by BIND Inversiones (Industrial Asset Management SGFCISA).
This way, Galperín took advantage of the release of the new ticket. Let us remember that, on Monday, the BCRA confirmed the circulation of $2,000 bills, which will be progressively distributed through the network of bank branches throughout the country.
The new name is commemorative of the development of science and medicine in Argentina, illustrated with the image of the Malbrán Institute, of Dr. Cecilia Grierson and Dr. Ramón Carrillo, precursors in the development of medicine in our country.
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