I had the idea of bringing in say a few thousand USD/month (I have an office and a number of things like random office lunches, office rent, nespresso capsules, snacks, etc are for various reasons not payable via a check from a business account.) I could buy say $1500 USD in bitcoins but then I couldn't find people who are not miners to take the other side of the transaction that had enough bitcoins to buy $8000 to $12,000 ARS in one transaction.
WHY would that be useful? Well, if I have $1500 USD of bitcoins, I can get the "blue" rate of 8.05 * 1500 = $12,075 ARS. If I wire myself $1500 USD from outside Argentina, I'll get $8092 ARS. So, imagine I could use bitcoins to do the transaction. I'll get about 40% more money if someone properly values the bitcoin to the peso.
What we need is the coinbase of Argentina, but then being "legal" would kind of defeat the whole value of bitcoins in such a warped economy. Just check out http://dolarblue.net/ for the TWENTY different ways to convert ARS to USD/EUR, etc. Argentina is not a place you are going to setup a legal bitcoin exchange and have it last very long.
I think it's a nice way to expand our bubble a little.
For me it was odd, bitcoin appears a good way to move money from there to the other side of the River Plate.