Visa Anticipates Cryptocurrency Becoming ‘Extremely Mainstream’ — Working to ...

Visa Anticipates Cryptocurrency Becoming ‘Extremely Mainstream’ — Working to ...

Visa CEO Al Kelly anticipates that cryptocurrency could become “extremely mainstream” within five years. He is working to position Visa in the middle of it should cryptocurrency take off. He further confirmed that Visa is working to allow bitcoin purchases, in addition to enabling the cryptocurrency to be used at 70 million stores where Visa is accepted. Visa Anticipates Crypto Going ‘Extremely Mainstream’ In the Leadership Next podcast with Alan Murray and Ellen McGirt published Tuesday, Visa CEO Al Kelly talked about bitcoin and his company’s cryptocurrency....


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