Visa Plans to Bring Cryptocurrency Services to Traditional Banks in Brazil

Visa Plans to Bring Cryptocurrency Services to Traditional Banks in Brazil

Visa, the multinational payments giant, has announced it is planning to bring cryptocurrency services to traditional banking platforms in Brazil. The company also announced that it is working with several cryptocurrency companies in the country to bring cryptocurrency payment cards to the market and hinted at a possible direct integration of bitcoin in payments. Visa Gears Up for Crypto Integration in Brazil Credit card giant Visa has announced it plans to integrate cryptocurrency solutions into traditional banking platforms. Eduardo Abreu, Visa’s vice president of new....


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