Alchemy Pay to launch virtual crypto cards with Visa and Mastercard support

Alchemy Pay to launch virtual crypto cards with Visa and Mastercard support

Crypto payment firm Alchemy Pay is planning to roll out a crypto-linked virtual card that is accepted on the Visa and Mastercard payments networks. Hybrid crypto-fiat platform Alchemy Pay announced Monday that the company will be launching virtual crypto-linked cards accepting more than 40 cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC).The new cards can be linked to Google Pay and PayPal digital wallets, and make payments across the Mastercard and Visa networks, as well as popular e-commerce platforms like Amazon and eBay.According to the announcement, Alchemy Pay has already completed the product’s....


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