Fintech Market Overview

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Payment services in Mexico

Fintech Software

Unlike other aspects of Mexican regulation, the innovations in Mexico's regulatory framework have not significantly impacted the rules governing digital marketplaces, which historically has been a field of little interest to federal or local legislators or regulating authorities (with the exception of a marketplace for cryptoassets, which is described in more detail below). Electronic commerce is only briefly regulated in general commercial and consumer protection legislation as well as by a specific regulatory document known as a Mexican Rule, which, unlike an Official Mexican Rule, is of voluntary compliance, and provides limited content that would impose any relevant obligations on sellers or marketplace service providers. Notwithstanding the above, general commercial and consumer protection legislation would still be applicable to all businesses and individuals, including electronic commerce.1

Cryptocurrencies in Mexico

Fintech in Mexico

Fintech in other countries

  1. https://thelawreviews.co.uk/title/the-financial-technology-law-review/mexico
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