Our Purpose

Fostering equal financial access in Latin America. As locals from the region we know that financially-speaking freedom means:

Freedom to decide: in which currency to deposit the fruits of your labor, wherever you feel best.

Freedom to trade: by having access to free markets governed by supply and demand.

Freedom to stable income: by protecting your money using stable currencies.

Our Vision

Is that peer-to-peer markets will be essential on/off-ramps to onboard the next billion people, coming from emerging markets, that will start saving and paying in crypto.

Building a fair financial system that drives education, commerce, and investment, for LATAM.
 

Who are we

We are the most easy-to-use P2P crypto marketplace of Latin America.

El Dorado App allows you to buy and sell dollars with your local currency using stablecoins and bitcoin. We're a one-stop shop for:


  • 💳 A crypto wallet
  • ​​​​👥 A P2P marketplace
  • 💸 Sending remittances

Meet our founders

Having lived under high inflation all of their lives, and experiencing first hand hyperinflation in Venezuela, Guillermo Goncalvez and Juan Carlos Andreu saw the need for helping people get access to stabler savings mechanisms. Thus, they joined forces in early 2020 to build El Dorado, Latin America's most intuitive P2P marketplace for stablecoins, and bitcoin. Today, we're proudly helping thousands of Latin Americans protect their savings from the invisible hand of inflation.

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