Visa Customers Have Spent Over $1B On Crypto-Linked Cards This Year

Visa Customers Have Spent Over $1B On Crypto-Linked Cards This Year

Crypto-linked card spending is on the rise. Visa shared this week that consumer spending with Visa-based crypto credit cards has exceeded $1B this year, through just the first six months of the year. Increasing Adoption Through Accessibility Visa also shared this week that it plans on partnering with 50 different cryptocurrency platforms to allow ease […]


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