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InformativaSV, Salvadoran Newspaper, Partners With Mónica Taher For Technology & Finance Content

— El Salvador is the only country in the world that will accept Bitcoin —

SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR – June 23, 2021 – (LATINX NEWSWIRE) –, a digital newspaper focused on El Salvador’s political landscape, entertainment and sports, will partner with technologist and businesswoman, Mónica Taher, to share technology and finance-related content in a vertical dedicated exclusively to technology and cryptocurrencies:

El Salvador’s Congress recently approved Bitcoin as a legal tender becoming the first country in the world to do so. As a result, a great number of companies have started opening offices there and migrating with investments.

InformativaSV prides itself in investigating and disseminating impartial and balanced information. Its editorial team consists of reporters and content creators who believe in freedom of speech and on treating news from different angles.

Mónica Taher’s brand focuses on helping women enter STEM-related fields as a way to minimize the gender-pay gap. Her content can be found at:

She’s worked in several business roles with Fortune 500 companies including IBM and corporation Televisa (Mexico), Globo (Brasil), Grupo Digicel, Getty Images Latin America and a few governments in Latin America. She’s presented at various international conferences including the Interamerican Development Bank’s Fintech conference and with the U.S. State Department, via its embassies in Latin America at academic institutions including the Tec de Monterrey, UNAM and others. She currently leads technological and economic international affairs efforts for the Trade & Investments Secretariat at the Government of El Salvador.

Mónica has a B.A. and a Master’s in Cinema and Media Studies from UCLA, speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese & Farsi and is an active member of the American Jewish Committee. For her work and contributions on behalf of the Latino community, she’s been recognized with a proclamation by: California Governor Gavin Newsom, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Los Angeles Former Mayor Antonio Villarraigosa and several U.S. Senators including Jackie Goldberg and Sheila Kuehl.