Mastercard and Coinbase Partner to Make NFTs More Accessible to Everyone

Mastercard and Coinbase Partner to Make NFTs More Accessible to Everyone

Payments giant Mastercard has partnered with cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase to make non-fungible tokens (NFTs) more accessible to everyone. Mastercards can be used to make purchases on Coinbase’s upcoming NFT marketplace. Mastercard Partners With Coinbase Payments giant Mastercard and cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase independently announced their partnership Tuesday. Mastercard stated that the company is “Making it easier for everyone to buy NFTs,” elaborating: We’re excited to announce today that we’re partnering with Coinbase to let....


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