Tether transactions volume outpaces both Visa and Mastercard Sunday, 15 Jan 2023 4:01 pm
The biggest stablecoin in the world, Tether (UDST), has surprised many in the traditional finance space by outpacing both Mastercard and Visa when it comes to sheer volume of transactions settled. 2022 saw Tether process $18.2tn, with Mastercard and Visa weighing in at $14.1tn and $7.7tn respectively. Want to enter the crypto marker with a fiat-backed stablecoin? You can't go far wrong with USDT. Buy it by signing up for MEXC Global now!
Crypto.com granted to issue their own Visa cards Wednesday, 21 Dec 2022 3:22 pm
Just like Wirex and payment processor Simplex, the global Crypto.com (see review) have been accepted as a Visa principal member in EU. They are now granted to issue their own black cards (Obsidian), along with the frosted and icy white, green, ruby steel and midnight blue visa cards. If you are not a customer yet and want to get up to 5% cashback on... Read the full newsflash
Visa to enable auto payments for Ethereum? Tuesday, 20 Dec 2022 1:22 pm
In a new development for the payments giant Visa, strong rumors are circulating about Ether owners being able to set up auto payments. What's noteworthy is that these would come directly from their own self-custodial wallets... Read the full newsflash
Payments giant Visa files trademark for new crypto wallet Monday, 31 Oct 2022 8:49 am
In noteworthy news from the traditional banking space, Visa has filed trademarks for an upcoming crypto wallet. More specifically, they have filed applications claiming plans for managing digital, virtual, and cryptocurrency transactions which shows they're also keen to enter the metaverse space. And, the management of digital and crypto currency wallets. And NFTs too! But, you can get ahead of the traditional banking giants by getting involved with crypto today at Coinbase. It's one of the most popular platforms in the world and ideal for beginners... Read the full newsflash
Blockchain.com release new crypto Visa card for US market Thursday, 27 Oct 2022 2:14 pm
Blockchain.com have partnered with Visa to launch a debit card specifically for the American market. The waitlist for the card had 50,000 sign-ups at launch and will roll out to other countries beginning in 2023. The card will give 1% crypto back on all purchases. Head of Crypto at Visa said: "At Visa, we believe for crypto adoption to grow, it's critical for it to be easily accepted everywhere" in promising news for mainstream adoption. Want to get started in crypto without waiting for a specialized debit card? Sign up for Crypto.com here... Read the full newsflash
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