A woman bangs pot lids during a "cacerolazo" (a form of civilian protest where pots are used to make noise) at the Plaza de Mayo square in Buenos Aires on June 7, 2012. Thousands of people gathered in middle and upper class neighbourhoods around the Argentine capital to protest against growing insecurity, corruption and restrictions on the purchasing of US dollars. - DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/GettyImages c/o Washington Post.The Argentine Peso seems to be headed for another melt down. Official exchange rate is under 5 Pesos to the dollar, the Blue rate is about 6, and the Green rate is even higher. Paypal has suspended domestic transactions in Argentina.