Payment Giant Stripe To Start New Crypto Division

Payment Giant Stripe To Start New Crypto Division

Multinational payment giant Stripe has announced that it is looking to hire engineers and designers for its new crypto team. The company, however, is not new to crypto. In 2014, Stripe became the first major payments company to support Bitcoin payments. But in 2018, the company shut down Bitcoin support due to high transaction fees […]


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