Visa and 50 Crypto Platforms to Enable Cryptocurrency Payments at 70 Million ...

Visa and 50 Crypto Platforms to Enable Cryptocurrency Payments at 70 Million ...

Visa Inc. announced Wednesday that the transactions via crypto-linked Visa cards exceeded $1 billion in the first quarter. The company further said that it is partnering with 50 major cryptocurrency platforms “to launch card programs that make it easy to convert and spend digital currency at 70 million merchants worldwide.” Visa Announces $1 Billion in Crypto Card Transactions and Partnerships With 50 Crypto Platforms Visa announced Wednesday that more than $1 billion worth of cryptocurrency was spent by consumers globally through crypto-linked Visa cards in the first six....


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